Published by Antonio Tajuelo
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The full moon eclipse that happened on September 28th 2015 has been an incredible chance for taking photographs of the moon on its best. A moon eclipse happens when planet Earth is exactly between the moon and the sun. While Earth's shadow is projected into the moon, the moon surface turns red. This is called the "blood moon".
Watching the moon eclipse requires to stay awake at night. I got awake at 4 a.m. and kept with my eyes open for 2 hours while I enjoyed the moon and I took some pics of it. I would do it again!
One interesting fact about this moon eclipse: the moon was on its closest orbit to Earth, so the moon on the sky was bigger than usual.
Slowly, sunlight started to appear on the left side of the moon.
And now the sun rays makes the moon look like always. I hope you enjoyed the photos!