PEOPLE lucky enough to catch a glimpse of Monday morning’s Blood Moon have been sharing spectacular photos of the rare event.
The lunar eclipse, dubbed the “super blood wolf moon”, causes a red hue and makes the moon look closer to earth than normal.
It occurs when the Earth passes precisely between the Sun and Moon.
The next supermoons in 2019 will be on February 19 and March 21, with the most recent one happening on New Year’s Day.
UK stargazers headed out at 5am this morning to take a look, though many complained about clouds obstructing their views.
A reader captured a stunning video of a plane flying across the moon in during the eclipse over Redhill in Surrey.
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