STARGAZERS all around the nation looked to the skies on Wednesday as the moon slowly darkened and turned red for a few hours.
The Super Blood Moon event was captured in all its glory by local photographer Josh Woods, who takes pictures and videos at various locations along the Mid North Coast.
To see more of Josh's photos, check out his YouTube channel at: "Joshy OneWheel", or Instagram: @poppingcolour and @j.p.wphotography.
If you missed the show on Wednesday, a partial eclipse will take place on November 19. The next total lunar eclipse won't happen until November 2022.
The next partial solar eclipse will be visible from parts of Australia in April 2023; however, unlike the event on Wednesday, the moon won't align fully with the Sun and the Earth.
Mark your calendar for 2028, when a total solar eclipse is supposed to darken daylit skies over Australia.
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