Photos: Total lunar eclipse creates blood moon on election day

Early morning stargazers have been treated to the last total lunar eclipse until March 2025.

If you’ve been to Southern California, you probably haven’t seen it, as a fall storm brought rain and high winds to the area.

Here’s what you missed.

Washington, D.C

A Blood Moon lunar eclipse appears to be hovering behind the US Capitol in Washington, DC

A Blood Moon lunar eclipse appears to be hovering behind the US Capitol in Washington, DC

(Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times)

The full blood moon caused by the lunar eclipse is framed by the US flags waving in the wind on the National Mall

The full moon caused by the lunar eclipse is seen as US flags wave in the wind on the National Mall in Washington, DC

(J David Ake / Associated Press)

New Zealand

This image combination shows the Blood Moon during a total lunar eclipse in Christchurch, New Zealand

This image combination shows the Moon in various stages of the Blood Moon during a total lunar eclipse in Christchurch, New Zealand.

(Sanka Vidanagama / Getty Images)

Venezuela

Earth's shadow begins to cover the moon during a lunar eclipse in a public square in Caracas, Venezuela.

Beyond the Christmas lights, Earth’s shadow begins to cover the moon during a lunar eclipse, as seen from a public square in Caracas, Venezuela.

(Matias Delacroix / Associated Press)

Japan

During a lunar eclipse in Yokohama near Tokyo, the shadow of the earth begins to cover the moon.

During a lunar eclipse in Yokohama near Tokyo, the shadow of the earth begins to cover the moon.

(Eugene Hoshiko/Associated Press)

https://www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2022-11-08/photos-total-lunar-eclipse-creates-blood-moon-on-election-day Photos: Total lunar eclipse creates blood moon on election day

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