The shadow of the Earth overtakes a perigee full moon, or supermoon, casting a red tint on the satellite on Sunday, September 27. The rare phenomenon is known as a "blood moon."
In this photo by Instagram user @andrewho83, the supermoon makes the new San Francisco-Oakland Bridge look even more special.
The first supermoon total lunar eclipse since 1982, seen here behind the Washington Monument in Washington, DC, on Sunday. The next one will be in 2033.
The supermoon as seen behind the Colorado State Capitol Building in Denver.
Sunday's supermoon yielded incredible photos from around the globe. Here, it appears red behind the quadriga of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.
Sunday's perigee full moon, or supermoon, is seen here next to the Empire State Building.
A super colorful scene as the supermoon is seen suspended in the sky in Brussels.
An amazing shot of the supermoon at Victory Park in Moscow. The next time the world will see a celestial event like this will be in 2033.