The blazing orange moon was shining in the Pacific skies as well as the western half of North America, parts of South America, and parts of East Asia.
The red-orange color of the super “blood” moon is the result of all sunrises and sunsets in the Earth’s atmosphere projected on the lunar surface.
More lunar shows are coming. On November 19, there will be an almost complete eclipse where the moon becomes dim but not red.
The next full lunar eclipse will occur in May 2022. The last one was January 2019.