Total lunar eclipse is a great source of inspiration for astrophotographers and an opportunity to take some amazing photos. And this year’s first lunar eclipse is just around the corner, bringing along some extra treats.
On the night of 15 and 16 May 2022, astronomy and astrophotography enthusiasts across the world will be treated to a total lunar eclipse. It’s also dubbed “Blood Moon” as the moon turns red when it reaches totality. The event coincides with a supermoon, as well as the full moon, so we’re in for quite a spectacle.