(CBS4) - The Super Flower Blood Moon lunar eclipse wasn't easy to see in Colorado, thanks to some cloud cover early Wednesday morning. But Colorado State University got a pretty good look.
A photo taken from the campus in Fort Collins showed the moon at near-total eclipse at around 5 a.m.
People living in India and China got a pretty good look at the moon, where it definitely had a red glow.
The full eclipse lasted about 15 minutes, while the whole cosmic show lasted five hours. A partial eclipse began as the moon edged into the Earth's outer shadow, called the penumbra, before moving more fully into the main shadow and then reversing the process.
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