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The planet to the left of the Moon is Venus, and to the right is Jupiter – the brightest objects in the night sky.
Throughout Britain and around the world, Twitter and Instagram users took breathtaking images of the “sky parade” early in the morning.
The moon is in a phase of waning gibby, after the eclipse of the supernatural wolf's moon on Monday, January 21, produced a total eclipse, giving a reddish hue to the dawn sky.
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Slightly disturbing name associated with a combination of several different celestial phenomena.
First, it was the wolf moon, the traditional name for the full moon in winter.
But it was also a super-lunar period, when the moon is closest to Earth. NASA says: “The Full Moon will also be at the closest point on Earth in its orbit, called Perigee.
And it was a lunar eclipse, the moon was covered with the earth's shadow and acquired a red glow – hence the name of the bloody moon.