There is something in the beauty of the Moon. The calm rise and an even calmer disappearance makes it a real wonder in the skies. On Tuesday, the Earth, Sun and Moon aligned for one final time this year to create a spectacular Blood Moon eclipse that skygazers wouldn’t want to miss. How the phenomena started and ended, take a look at the exciting spectacle.
Lunar Eclipse as was visible from Bhubaneswar
The moon takes on a red hue. This will not be seen for the next 3 years, a partial lunar eclipse is due next year though.
Witness the Lunar Eclipse phenomenon
This was the second celestial event since the last partial Solar Eclipse on October 25.
The next total lunar eclipse will be visible after three years on September 7, 2025.
Blood Moon captured through the camera lens from atop Khandagiri-Udayagiri caves in Bhubaneswar.
Mom with her kid catching a glimpse of the lunar eclipse.