Top: a view of last month's Blood Moon. In full eclipse, the earth comes between the sun and moon, and light reflected off the earth's atmosphere causes the moon to appear red. Below Matthew Wheeler caught Mars, the totally eclipsed moon, Spica and the glow from McBride lights.
Photos: Matthew Wheeler. Top: a view of April’s Blood Moon. In full eclipse, the earth comes between the sun and moon, and light reflected off the earth’s atmosphere causes the moon to appear red. Below Matthew Wheeler caught Mars, the totally eclipsed moon, Spica and the glow from McBride lights.