The Skywatchers irrabbew the full moon as lunar eclipse seen on the sky & # 39; night in Los Angeles, with the lunar surface bathed in reddish orange during the Super Blood Moon Moon.
"Amazing. This is an atmosphere of & # 39; Festini and everyone just enjoys the show," said Rosalind amateur astronomer Von Wendt.
More than 1,500 people gathered near the famous Hollywood sign to the city to watch the eclipse, which the World shed its shadow on the moon surface.
"Oh it was fantastic, it was great," said Brad Mortensen, from Philadelphia.
The moon has not disappeared completely during the total eclipse but, at its height, the surface of all lunar was bathed in & # 39; red-orange light giving rise to the description "blood moon".
The red color is due to rays of sunlight passing through the atmosphere of dust and polluted the Earth as the moon falls in the shadow of our planet.
The shorter and more flexible blue light waves are scattered outside the Earth's shadow and longer, less red wavelengths to refract bend to the moon.
Adding visual effect is that the eclipse occurred at a time when the moon reached a point in its orbit to put it close to the Earth, called supermoon alignment.
He also earned the name "wolf moon" because they appear in & # 39; in January, when jisilqu hungry wolves out early settlements in US history.
The Sunday eclipse reached its maximum effect on the Los Angeles shortly after 9 & # 39; in the morning local time, but not everyone on the West Coast had a clear picture. The rain in & # 39; San Francisco and San Diego had cloudy skies.
The eclipse was seen another way for the eye than anyone in the United States where the skies were clear.
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The next opportunity for Americans to see total lunar eclipse of 2022 is.
The best viewing of the total eclipse & # 39; hours were from North America and from the & # 39; South, b & # 39; & # 39 amount; 2.8 billion people are able to also see the UK, Europe, the West Africa and northern Russia.
Australian Associated Press