Statues at the Griffith Observatory offer a unique frame of reference for the eclipse.
Star still sprinkle the sky during the darkening of the moon during the total lunar eclipse.
Astrophotographer Maxim Senin captured this uncommon composite image of the stages of the Total Lunar Eclipse on Jan. 31, 2018.
At Its Peak
Totality is reached on the lunar surface during the recent event.
During the Jan. 31, 2018 total lunar eclipse, astrophotographer Dean Hooper used the remotely controlled Virtual Telescope Project at the Bellatrix Astronomical Observatory to capture this image of the cosmic event.
Before the moment of totality in the Jan. 31, 2018 event, astrophotographer Dean Hooper captured this image of the lunar disc.
Following totality, light again shines from the moon after the total lunar eclipse.
What a View
Using the Virtual Telescope Project astrophotographer Andrew Wall captured this image of the total lunar eclipse.
Astrophotographer Chris Stockdale captured this image of totality during the Total Lunar Eclipse.
In this eerie image, the eclipse nears totality.