Lowestoft photographer’s surprising ‘tremendous blood wolf moon’ photos | Lowestoft and Waveney Information

Lowestoft photographer’s stunning 'super blood wolf moon' pictures | Lowestoft and Waveney News

PUBLISHED: 12:49 21 January 2019 | UPDATED: 12:56 21 January 2019

The 'super blood wolf moon' captured from Lowestoft this morning. Picture: Nigel Bainton

The ‘tremendous blood wolf moon’ captured from Lowestoft this morning. Image: Nigel Bainton


Those superb pictures display the uncommon phenomenon of a ‘tremendous blood wolf moon’, captured from Lowestoft this morning.

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The photographs have been taken through Nigel Bainton, who braved the sour chilly within the early hours of the morning to {photograph} the spectacle from Lowestoft Harbour.

A really perfect blood wolf moon happens when the Earth passes exactly between the Solar and the Moon. This is a form of lunar eclipse, right through which the moon seems to glow purple whilst seeming brighter and nearer to earth than standard.

With optimal viewing time at round 5.12am, some stargazers have been fortunate sufficient to catch to catch a glimpse of the original match. On the other hand, others have been much less lucky as clouds obscured the view throughout a lot of the United Kingdom.

Astronomers have been in particular on this 12 months’s blood moon as it’s the final of its type for 2 years, an “extraordinary lull” in keeping with the Royal Observatory Greenwich.

The following general lunar eclipse isn’t anticipated to happen till Would possibly 26, 2021.

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