Blood Moon: how to take incredible pictures of the lunar eclipse with your smartphone

On Friday night and Saturday morning, people across the world will be able to see a ‘Blood Moon’ – a rare occurrence that sees the Earth’s satellite turn a striking shade of red.

The blood moon phenomenon occurs as a result of a lunar eclipse, when the Earth passes directly between the sun and the moon and casts the moon into shadow.

This particular lunar eclipse will be the longest-lasting of the century so far, with the moon eclipsed for a total of one hour and 43 minu…
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