Whether you believe it's a sign of the apocalypse or (probably) not, we all did our best to witness the moon at its closest point to Earth, bathed in shadow and turning (cue spooky music) bloooooood red. Even with clouds in the way on the East Coast of the United States, the limitations of phone cameras, and all the light pollution of city streets, spontaneous amateur astronomers attempted to capture it all and post it to Instagram.
#SuperBloodMoon on its way to being eclipsed...just read "This weekend’s eclipse marks the end of a tetrad, or series of four total lunar eclipses set six months apart. This series began in April 2014." The first eclipse on this tetrad was the day Olive was born...makes this feel meaningful somehow. #yegdt