Updated 5:05 PM EST, Tue November 8, 2022
The moon turned a coppery shade of crimson Tuesday in the course of the second complete lunar eclipse of the 12 months.
The eclipse started at 3:02 a.m. ET and ended at 8:50 a.m. ET. At totality, the stage at which your complete moon was in Earth’s shadow, the moon turned a darkish reddish hue.
A complete lunar eclipse happens roughly as soon as each 1 ½ years on common, with the subsequent complete lunar eclipse not happening till March 2025.
Here are some beautiful photographs that present the moon in all its glory.