It's so beautiful but it also has a meaning behind it. Throughout history, when blood moons would occur something big usually happened in the world not too long after

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The only photo of last night's blood moon you need to see — guess how it was taken!

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I remember seeing this when I was really little and being quite confused and a little scared! More

Credit: NASA/JPL-via Kieth BurnsThis montage of images taken by skywatcher Kieth Burns shows the Dec. 20, 2010 total lunar eclipse. The photos won a NASA contest to become an official NASA/JPL wallpaper for the public.

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The last lunar eclipse of 2011 as seen from the San Gabriel Valley east of Los Angeles on Dec 10, 2011.

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red bamboo coral tree of life with hummingbird accent. has been charged under the light of the last lunar eclipse.

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An eclipsed Moon can take on a reddish glow during totality: Veteran eclipse watchers will tell you that if you look really hard right at the beginning and just before the end of totality, you may detect a light blue or turquoise band on the Moon's face. This happens because the Earth's Ozone Layer scatters red light and lets through some of the blue light that gets refracted to the Moon.

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Did you see the #redmoon last night? See how four blood moons of a total lunar eclipse tetrad work in this Space.com infographic. [The Total Lunar Eclipse of April 14, 2014]

Did you see the #redmoon last night? See how four blood moons of a total lunar eclipse tetrad work in this Space.com infographic. [The Total Lunar Eclipse of April 14, 2014]

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rose quartz tree of life with dragonfly accent. has been charged under the light of the last lunar eclipse.

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