Super Flower Blood Moon of 2022, the longest total lunar eclipse in 33 years, amazes stargazers

The moon turned an eerie blood-red color in a total lunar eclipse overnight on Sunday (May 15) that was visible to millions of stargazers on four continents.

The lunar eclipse, celebrated as the Flower Super Blood Moon, was the longest total lunar eclipse in 33 years, according to Space.com skywatching columnist Joe Rao. It was visible, weather permitting, from a wide swath of the globe encompassing the Americas, Antarctica, Europe, Africa, and the eastern Pacific. You can see amazing photos of the Super Flower Blood Moon from sky watchers with clear skies to see it.

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