Glimpse of the eclipse


Sky gazers were treated to a rare lunar eclipse known as a super blood wolf moon on Sunday, Jan. 20, in which sunlight passing through Earth’s atmosphere lit the celestial body in a dramatic fashion and turned it red.Watchers in North and South America, parts of Europe and western Africa, who were lucky enough to have clear skies, saw a total lunar eclipse. Jeff Hoffer, an amateur photographer from Bellville, captured this and other images.

Sky gazers were treated to a rare lunar eclipse known as a super blood wolf moon on Sunday, Jan. 20, in which sunlight passing through Earth’s atmosphere lit the celestial body in a dramatic fashion and turned it red.Watchers in North and South America, parts of Europe and western Africa, who were lucky enough to have clear skies, saw a total lunar eclipse. Jeff Hoffer, an amateur photographer from Bellville, captured this and other images.


Courtesy Photo | Jeff Hoffer

Sky gazers were treated to a rare lunar eclipse known as a super blood wolf moon on Sunday, Jan. 20, in which sunlight passing through Earth’s atmosphere lit the celestial body in a dramatic fashion and turned it red.Watchers in North and South America, parts of Europe and western Africa, who were lucky enough to have clear skies, saw a total lunar eclipse. Jeff Hoffer, an amateur photographer from Bellville, captured this and other images.

Sky gazers were treated to a rare lunar eclipse known as a super blood wolf moon on Sunday, Jan. 20, in which sunlight passing through Earth’s atmosphere lit the celestial body in a dramatic fashion and turned it red.Watchers in North and South America, parts of Europe and western Africa, who were lucky enough to have clear skies, saw a total lunar eclipse. Jeff Hoffer, an amateur photographer from Bellville, captured this and other images.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2019/01/web1_50675843_10211245512088723_2860619291978366976_n.jpgSky gazers were treated to a rare lunar eclipse known as a super blood wolf moon on Sunday, Jan. 20, in which sunlight passing through Earth’s atmosphere lit the celestial body in a dramatic fashion and turned it red.Watchers in North and South America, parts of Europe and western Africa, who were lucky enough to have clear skies, saw a total lunar eclipse. Jeff Hoffer, an amateur photographer from Bellville, captured this and other images. Courtesy Photo | Jeff Hoffer