A Stunning Timelapse of The ‘Blood Moon’

Footage captured at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles shows a timelapse of the total lunar eclipse on Monday night
By Brianna Baxter
  • ‘Blood Moon’ Timelapse video: Total lunar eclipse turns moon red

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    NASA released some amazing footage that shows the first of four total eclipses. The U.S. as well as Australia and other parts of the world were able to see the ‘blood moon,’ which is when the lunar eclipse turns the moon red. If you missed it, don’t worry! The moon will appear red again every six months for the next two years. Make sure to check it out at least once because this rare occurrence known as ‘tetrad’ won’t happen again until 2032.