Photos of the last total lunar eclipse until 2025

The last total lunar eclipse until 2025, which is also known as the blood moon, although it was not visible in Iran, but observers in many parts of the world watched it. And they recorded spectacular photos of it.

BingMag.com Photos of the last total lunar eclipse until 2025

The last total lunar eclipse until 2025, which is also known as the blood moon, although it was not visible in Iran, but observers in many parts of the world watched it. And they recorded spectacular photos of it.

This lunar eclipse, which is known as the "Beaver Blood Moon" (Beaver Blood Moon), will take place on November 8 (Aban 17) at 03:02 AM EDT. (11:32 a.m. Tehran time), peaked at 05:16 a.m. Eastern time zone (13:46 a.m. Tehran time) and ended at 08:56 a.m. eastern time zone (17:26 a.m. Tehran time).

The full moon of November is called "Beaver Moon" due to the time when beavers go to their shelters after stocking up on food. A total lunar eclipse also occurs when the full moon (in this case the full moon of November) is completely in the shadow of the earth and only the light that reaches it after passing through the earth's atmosphere reaches it.

The recent lunar eclipse was visible from North America and parts of South America, Asia, Australia as well as New Zealand. For this reason, observers from all over the world shared their fascinating photos and videos of this lunar eclipse. However, in many other parts of the world, including Iran, it was not possible to observe this lunar eclipse, so seeing its photos is not without pleasure.

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Australian people witness The sunrise of the full moon and its eclipse created spectacular views. caption-text">Credit: Dean Lewins/EPA-EFE-Shutterstock

The blood moon of November 2022 over NASA's Kennedy Space Center, where the Artemis 1 rocket is preparing to travel to the moon. appeared. The Artemis 1 complex includes the huge Space Launch System rocket and an unmanned Orion spacecraft, which is now scheduled to launch on November 14 after several cancellations. /p> BingMag.com Photos of the last total lunar eclipse until 2025

Total Lunar Eclipse at Kennedy Space Center
Credit: NASA/Joel Kowsky

Roger Clark photographed the blood moon as it shined over Staten Island in New York.

Some observers in Tokyo while who were waiting for the train managed to see the total lunar eclipse, which is definitely a good way to pass the time while waiting!

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Credit: TortaP

"Richard Brooks" also showed different steps over Tokyo with a composite photo.

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Credit: Richard A. Brooks/AFP/Getty Images

Symbolic sphere "Pearl Tower" (Pearl Tower) of Shanghai was also preserved next to the bloody globe of November by "Hector Ratmel".

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Credit: Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty Images

"Aaron Schwartz" also captured the bloody view of the full moon over Washington Square.

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Credit: Aaron Schwartz

"Steven Labekoff" has captured the lunar eclipse right above the Washington Monument in this stunning photo.

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Credit: Steven Labkoff

And Matisse Delacourx also shows the total lunar eclipse next to Christmas lights.

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Credit: Matis Delacroix/AP

It should be said that the next total lunar eclipse In 2025, it will happen in New Zealand, East Asia, and Western Europe And Africa will be visible. If you want to photograph the moon, or if you want to prepare your gear for a partial or total lunar eclipse, you can check out our guide to photographing the night sky and order the necessary equipment, including the best astrophotography cameras, from DigiCala.

Cover photo: full moon over the Empire State Building
Credit: Gary Hershorn/Getty Images

Sources: Space, Washington Post

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