The moon turned blood-red color in a total lunar eclipse last night.
The lunar eclipse, celebrated as the Super Flower Blood Moon, was the longest total lunar eclipse in 33 years, according to Space.com
I'm sure you can find better pics all over the internet, but I did get a snapshot with my cell phone.
According to Space.com columnist Joe Rao, the full moon spent about 85 minutes inside the Earth's umbra, or darker, shadow, a. That's compared with 96 minutes in August 1989, according to TimeandDate.com