Did You See the Blood Red Moon Over the Americas?

It was daylight here in Africa when the blood red moon and total lunar eclipse occurred. I was disappointed, because I love to watch special events in the night sky.

Several hours ago, while we were starting our day in South Africa, my friends were out in the night, trying to catch a glimpse of the event over North America.

Unfortunately some friends told me that much of our area back home was under cloud cover, but one posted on Facebook that her family in Arizona had a photo I could share with you:

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Blood red moon. Venus is near the moon and Mars is in the upper right of the photo. Photo courtesy of Roxanne Livengood. (c) 2014 Tim and Gudrun Hinderberger

And following is a link to some great photos of the blood red moon via CNN:

Did you see it, readers? Feel free to share your sightings or photos via the comments below.

Happy Tuesday!

Love, Marla

8 thoughts on “Did You See the Blood Red Moon Over the Americas?

  1. Hey … did you get my message last night?! The moon was RED!!

    Thanks for the chat this afternoon and sorry so short but chasing my tail this afternoon.

    Have an awesome time next week and missing you already! Cxx

    Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2014 12:12:25 +0000 To: clairebowie@hotmail.com

  2. Bah! We were under cloud cover here in Phila too, and also I couldn’t stay up all night because of my “job” or whatever. But I love the idea of it, and I’m loving the pictures that are coming out.

  3. The very first view of the eclipse was through random cloud cover, but the actual blood moon and it’s peak time were greeted with major cloud cover, rain and winds 🙁

    1. I can’t spell my own last name, but it’s close enough I think!

  4. Not a cloud in site here in south Florida. I had a great view but not a great camera. My iPhone pix just didn’t cut it.

  5. No blood moon for upper Sinktown or Skunk Hollow! Nuttin but clouds and rain!! I think we’re supposed to have another in October, so we’ll keep our fingers crossed for clear skies!

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