The supermoon rises behind Glastonbury Tor on September 28, 2015 in Somerset, England. The supermoon eclipse started at 1:10 a.m. local time and, with clear skies in most parts of the UK and Ireland, many photographers and star watchers were rewarded with a great show. The main event happened shortly before 4 a.m. when the moon turned a coppery red, before it emerged from the earth’s shadow and everyone could finally go back to bed.
Lunar eclipse, London https://t.co/h10NUiZmb1 @EpicCosmos @ROGAstronomers @ProfBrianCox #supermoon #LunarEclipse pic.twitter.com/VPZw50YX0m
The blood moon over one of the Kelpies, sculptures at the Forth and Clyde Canal near Falkirk.
Rise of the #supermoon #inishowen #donegal @barrabest @WeatherCee @deric_hartigan pic.twitter.com/Ujzx6cBcBG Early risers across UK and Ireland capture striking supermoon eclipse photos