Beaver Lunar Eclipse Shows Unique Moon Color

Courtesy of Branden Bodendorfer.

Next Event Like This Won’t Be For 580 Years

MARSHFIELD, WI (OnFocus) – Thursday night marked a unique night in astronomy as photographers, astronomers, and people all over the world geared up to capture the first Beaver Lunar Eclipse in 580 years.

The eclipse was seen from five continents and it glowed a reddish-orange color after being covered 97 percent by Earth’s shadow.

The phenomenon was a partial lunar eclipse with only a sliver of the moon being out of the Earth’s shadow.

OnFocus’s Branden Bodendorfer was out to capture the phenomenon with his Sony-A7RIII. Here’s the result:

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