Flower Supermoon

Edhat readers share photos of Tuesday evening’s Flower Supermoon.

By Stargazer Ron

The “flower” supermoon peeks through the clouds over Santa Barbara at 8:36pm on May 25. It is the closest full moon to Earth in 2021, making it appear bigger and brighter in the sky. A few hours later, shortly after 4:00am on May 26, the first total lunar eclipse in nearly two-and-a-half years will occur. The weather forecast calls for clouds, but hopefully the “blood moon” will peek through again.

(see above photo)

Hooray, the clouds were not a problem and Nature treated us to a “blood moon” on a balmy morning at 4:11am. 

By Beverly C.

Full Flower Supermoon is heading across our night sky towards an early morning eclipse.

By EMI Photo

Some photos of this morning’s supermoon.


Written by StargazerRon

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