In Photos: The Rare Super Blue Blood Moon Eclipse of 2018

Jan 31, 2018 Total Lunar Eclipse by Mark Imrie

Mark Imrie

In this incredibly crisp image, sky photographer Mark Imrie used a telescope to help capture the gradient of color on the surface of the moon during a total lunar eclipse. The gradient appears as one side of the moon moves closer to the edge of the Earth's shadow.

Denver, Colorado

Mark Imrie

In the Mile High City, astrophotographer Mark Imrie captured this stunning image of the Jan. 31, 2018 Total Lunar Eclipse.

Queen City of the Plains

Mark Imrie

The Jan. 31, 2018 Total Lunar Eclipse, as seen from Denver, Colorado, as the event begins.

Dimming Moon

Mark Imrie

Astrophotographer Mark Imrie snapped this bright image of the Jan. 31, 2018 Total Lunar Eclipse using a Celestron 8" SCT 3.6 Focal Reducer Canon Rebel T71.

Rocky Mountain Eclipse

Mark Imrie

The Jan. 31, 2018 Total Lunar Eclipse continues over the City of Denver in Colorado.

Photobombing the Eclipse!

Mark Imrie

During the Jan. 31, 2018 Total Lunar Eclipse, this airplane was caught crossing the face of the dimming moon.

Los Angeles, CA

Maxim Senin

As the sun rose over Hollywood, the moon is still visible after the total lunar eclipse on Jan. 31, 2018

Griffith Observatory

Maxim Senin

At the Los Angeles, CA observatory, astrophotographer Maxim Senin snapped this image including part of the gathered crowd and a statue during the Jan. 31, 2018 Total Lunar Eclipse.

A Group Event

Maxim Senin

A large crowd gathered at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, CA to watch the event.

City of Angels and the Eclipse

Maxim Senin

The busy city could not outshine the Total Lunar Eclipse on Jan. 31, 2018.

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