If you missed out on the rare supermoon lunar eclipse, don’t worry, there are plenty of great videos available to see what it looked like.
A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth passes between the moon and the sun, and the Earth’s shadow blocks out part or all of the moon.
“You’re basically seeing all of the sunrises and sunsets across the world, all at once, being reflected off the surface of the moon,” Sarah Noble, a program scientist at NASA, told the New York Time.
NASA scientists say Sunday night’s lunar eclipse was rare because it coincided with the supermoon or blood moon. That hasn’t happened in more than 30 years and won’t happen again until 2033.
Here are some of the videos you need to see:
The video below was shot by David Drummond in from 35 miles southwest of Lubbock, Texas. The video is an archive of his live stream:
Kelley Williamson streamed the above video on YouTube from Missouri:
NASA provided live streaming video that also featured commentary from its scientists. You can watch an archive of the stream below:
The next stream is from Normandie Live and was shot in France:
Others posted videos showing the eclipse to Twitter:
You can see photos of the super moon eclipse at the link below:
The next lunar eclipse of any kind will occur in March 2016. Find out more about that at the link below:
You can also mark your calendar for the next total solar eclipse, which will happen in 2018: