Total Lunar Eclipse In The Twilight From Portugal
Taken by Miguel Claro on July 27, 2018 @ Campinho, Dark Sky Alqueva Reserve, Portugal
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Date Taken: 2018:07:28 20:43:33
 
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The image shows a sequence of the red path left behind by the Moon during the longest Total Lunar Eclipse of the Century, as seen from Campinho, Dark Sky® Alqueva, Portugal, few minutes after the Moonrise and against a blue Twilight background. During a lunar eclipse, the moon passes through Earth’s shadow, giving the natural satellite a blood-red hue.

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