The bloody lunar eclipse is a very impressive sight in itself. Scientists also managed to shoot for the first time when they hit a meteorite right in Superlight during an eclipse!
January 21 in the northern hemisphere of the world people could see a very rare combination of three astronomical phenomena. The astronomers themselves were not too lazy to give him the loud name “Bloody Wolf Super Moon”.
The Earth approached the satellite at the maximum distance exactly at the full moon, and then the lunar eclipse arrived, it gave the satellite a reddish color.
Spanish astronomer Jose Madiydo managed to capture the moment, as during an eclipse a meteorite hit the moon. MIDAS telescope video turned out truly fascinating!