If you miss the opportunity to see the total eclipse of the moon, or what is known as the "bloody moon", yesterday, you can wait for the next time on May 26, 2021.
But if you have waited a long time or got up early, you know that the phenomenon that passes through America, Europe, Africa and Asia on Monday morning is due to the passing of the earth between the sun and the moon.
Many have challenged the coldness of America and northern Europe, where the best phenomena are, to take pictures of the current moon. The picture is more extraordinary, because the moon is very close to the ground.
This eclipse is called a "bloody moon", where the moon picks red-orange color during an eclipse. The color change of the moon is caused by the fact that the small atoms that make up the atmosphere of the Earth spread blue when the sun passes through it, leaving a red color that reflects most of the moon as a shadow of the earth.
Space.com said millions of people across America had come out to watch the program. It is the clearest eclipse vision in North and South America, with the possibility of seeing partial eclipses in many parts of the world.
But those who can see the phenomenon are happy with it. "We have a very bright eclipse," said Suzanne Hotmeyster, head of the planetarium in Bochum, Germany. The potential number of followers of the phenomenon is 2.8 billion.
The next phenomenon will be a total solar eclipse, on July 2, but it is believed that the phenomenon can only be seen clearly in the Pacific and southern South America, according to specialists.