A total lunar eclipse was observed on June 15 evening at some places, while it was midnight at other places and the wee morning hours at extreme east side of the Earth.

In Serbia and other parts of Central and Southeast Europe, the decade’s darkest and longest eclipse was observed over the evening skies.

In Asia and Indian sub-continents, the eclipse occurred past midnight, whereas the western tip of Australia and the Pacific got the eclipsed view of blood-red moon during early hours on Thursday, June 16.

Here are some images showing the eclipsed red moon over evening and early morning blue skies.

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