By| January 31, 2018 07:59am ET
The Super Blue Blood Moon takes on a reddish hue during the total lunar eclipse of Jan. 31, 2018 in this view from the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles.
Credit: NASA TV/Griffith Observatory
See the first photos of the Super Blue Blood Moon of 2018 as they come in from across the U.S. on Twitter, Instagram and the web. See live video on Space.com (provided by Slooh.com ) and click here for complete eclipse coverage . Refresh this page for the latest photos!
— Ricky Cody(@rcodytv) January 31, 2018
— Tariq J. Malik
The Moon has started to enter Earth’s shadow…see it here? At about 7:51am ET/4:51am PT, the Earth will completely block the Sun’s light, casting a reddish shadow on the Moon during what’s called “totality”. Watch the #SuperBlueBloodMoon live online: https://t.co/RcESL4Soyk pic.twitter.com/hXoTOGKcOQ
— NASA Moon (@NASAMoon) January 31, 2018
— Hanneke Weitering (@HannekeScience) January 31, 2018
— Closed (@isnaiLL) January 31, 2018
— Hennie( 헨니 린) (@PigletHennie) January 31, 2018
— Kristin Giannas (@KristinGiannas) January 31, 2018
This last one comes from NASA photographer Bill Ingalls, who spotted the International Space Station crossing the moon on the eve of today’s total lunar eclipse!
— Bill Ingalls (@ingallsimages) January 31, 2018