The Lunar Eclipse took place recently where the moon was the closest to the Earth. This time, it’s been given the name of ‘Super Blood Moon’, reports The Indian Express. It took place on 26th May and people from other countries shared pictures online. However, it was not visible in India.
But last night, the moon looked absolutely spectacular from India and its neighbouring countries! It was closer, had a yellowish tinge, and was a visual delight. Many desi people took to Twitter to share pictures. Have a look:
Last night's moon in Manali… pic.twitter.com/VGRZToUrk6
— rach_aha (@rach_aha) May 27, 2021
Blood moon rising from Lahore at 600mm! pic.twitter.com/EJpl7j9vy1
— Mohammad Wasif (@artbywasif) May 26, 2021
super flower blood moon in istanbul 🌙 pic.twitter.com/wKL65uQB3P
— the istanbulist (@istanbulism) May 26, 2021
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#Goa witnessed the rare #SuperBloodMoon, the largest full moon appearance of the year 2021 on Wednesday. However, the rising sight of the Super Blood Moon was frequently hampered by a pre-monsoon cloud cover.
(📸: Rajtilak Naik/PANAJI-GOA) pic.twitter.com/ME4vyKTSVX
— The Weather Channel India (@weatherindia) May 27, 2021
A Giant Blood Moon spotted in Gaza, Palestine a few moments ago pic.twitter.com/I1VjQZv566
— اخي (@lowkeyakhiii) May 27, 2021
And Sattal shared by a friend pic.twitter.com/pYWEJCWeLQ
— Sandeep Mall (@SandeepMall) May 27, 2021
— Ankush Badalia (@AnkushBadalia) May 27, 2021
— 𝕬𝖓𝖐𝖎𝖙𝖆 𝕿𝖍𝖆𝖐𝖚𝖗 (@Ankitaaa_) May 27, 2021
Last night moon Lonavala pic.twitter.com/h6Y1yDHdPz
— jedi knight (@thelastjediking) May 27, 2021
Moon from my area pic.twitter.com/lxO6MYZCfg
— A Half Note (@aHalfNote_d) May 27, 2021
— Azhar Alam (@Azharalam_) May 27, 2021
Isn’t this nature at its best?