In the early hours of this morning the moon took on a reddish tinge. This because a so-called total eclipse of the moon, known as Super blood wolf moon, occurred at 3.35 a.m.
Many who were observing the sky during the night saw the moon undergo a change. The moon was mostly visible from the UK and Western Europe. In the UK, however, cloud cover detracted from the beauty of the moon.
This phenomenon last occurred about two years ago. A total lunar eclipse is now scheduled for 26 May 0f 2021.