'Blood supermoon' captured over Øresund Bridge

Danish photographer Thomas H has released stunning timelapse footage of the rare supermoon lunar eclipse as it passed over the Øresund Bridge in Copenhagen.

Blood supermoon, 27 September 2015.

Blood supermoon, 27 September 2015. Image by Jay / CC BY 2.0

The celestial event occurs when the earth passes between the sun and the moon; the moon appears blood red due to the way that the light reflects through the earth's atmosphere. This lunar eclipse coincided with a 'supermoon', where the moon appears much bigger and brighter than usual, as it reaches its closest point to earth in its orbit. The spectacle won't happen again until 2033. Read more: telegraph.co.uk   

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