Super Flower Blood Moon sets up in New York

A full moon on May and a lunar eclipse on May 2

On the full moon of May and the lunar eclipse on May 2, an event known as the “Super Flower Blood Moon” was created. The full moon of May is known as the full moon, while the total eclipse is known as the blood moon. Celebrate the celestial triple wm, and name the mouth, this eclipse was the closest to the lunar earth and made it a “supermoon”. Space.com said the eclipse could be seen “from Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific and the western part of the United States.” Footage taken by Joseph Frascati shows a bright moon setting in Chile, New York, early Wednesday morning. Credit: Joseph Frascati via Storyfull

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