Hope you Didn't Miss the Solar Eclipse Supermoon?
Supermoon over the Inland Empire
On Sunday September 27, 2015 at 7:11 pm EST we had a double celestial spectacular event with a Lunar Ecipse and a Supermoon over Southern California. This moon is also known as a Blood Moon and it does look like one, doesn't it?
This first picture was taken just around 7:15 pm. After that, it became so dark that I couldn't find it for almost 1 hour but then it showed up again!
Then I took another one at 8:20 pm at the end of the eclipse. The Meteorologist on the television had said if you take a picture at the end, you would be able to see a slight ring on the outer rim when it passes through the ozone layer. I was so excited to see this rim.
Unfortunately if you missed this eclipse, there will not be another one like this for 18 years in 2033. The last this event occured was in 1982.
Young and old alike turned out at Griffith Park Observatory to watch this pheomomen.
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