Once In a Supermoon, Here's How Twitter Shared The Super Blood Moon Eclipse
Whether they had clear skies or clouds, people all over the world braved the night skies in their home cities to gaze upon the incredibly rare phenomenon of the Super Blood Moon Eclipse. Photographers from all over the world set up their equipment, or even just whipped out their camera phones to record the special celestial event to share the experience with other moon-gazers.
Twitter was blood red during the hours the blood moon was visible in different cities all over the globe. While some countries were not fortunate enough to be in the range of the eclipse, or others had cloudly skies blocking their view, the images shared on social media made many feel like they were all sharing a global event under one night sky.
Although amateur and blurry, the blood moon still looks spectacular through the lens of a mobile phone camera.
— Ron (@RonGoff31) September 28, 2015
Sitting here watching the moon #Supermoon pic.twitter.com/Qvt4uzGapR — Sada K. (@SadaKMusic) September 28, 2015
And in 2033 we'll be like haha remember the olden days when our cameras couldn't capture the #Supermoon
— Erika Tymrak (@eTYMrak) September 28, 2015
Even the lights of a big city can't compete with the one and only Moon.
#SuperMoon coming up thru Denver 9/27/2015 @MattMakens247Wx #COwx pic.twitter.com/ujkCMqqZtE — Cory Reppenhagen (@CRepp7News) September 28, 2015
— Tasler Photo (@TaslerPhoto) September 28, 2015
#SuperMoon over New Prague, Minn. Photo submitted by Olivia Wagner pic.twitter.com/mwRT4pHzdu — Fox 9 (@MyFOX9) September 28, 2015
— Good Morning America (@GMA) September 28, 2015
Around the World
How the super moon was seen from various landscapes and famous landmarks all over the globe.
Bath, looking particularly pretty under this #supermoon <3 pic.twitter.com/u1ZIjlKduF — Marieke Nijkamp (@mariekeyn) September 27, 2015
— Maxim (@MaximMag) September 28, 2015
Good start with the #supermoon2015 rising over St Anthony's lighthouse, Cornwall, UK. Looking good for #LunarEclipse pic.twitter.com/cdyc0W09g4 — GrowandEat (@GrowandEat) September 27, 2015
There are, of course the inevitable memes that arose using the #SuperMoon and #SuperBlood Moon hashtags
— Jen Wilkinson (@thejenwilkinson) September 27, 2015
Ok, I know we're all excited, but is anyone concerned about this super-moon making super-werewolves? #SuperMoon2015 #BeSafe — Sam Witwer (@SamWitwer) September 27, 2015
— Chelsea Kane (@ChelseaKane) September 28, 2015
That's no #SuperMoon... pic.twitter.com/6uMqVKiN5i — Star Wars (@StarWarsTHX) September 28, 2015
Finally, here are some tweets to ponder on which is the bigger phenomenon: The super blood moon eclipse or the advent of social media to unitedly share the real-world cosmic event, virtually?
— David Muir (@DavidMuir) September 28, 2015
The most amazing part of the #Supermoon wasn't even the moon. It was watching all the people in NYC standing and staring up at the sky. — Willa Fitzgerald (@willafitz) September 28, 2015
The beauty of social media is that I don't even have to go outside to enjoy the #SuperMoon2015
— Taralynn McNitt (@TaralynnsTweets) September 28, 2015