The head of Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, published a picture from the Aist-2D satellite, which space specialists
Moon eclipse. "Aist-2D"
RCC "Progress" changed the orientation of the satellite"Aist-2D" towards space. But usually its cameras are pointed at the planet, since it is an Earth remote sensing apparatus. We got beautiful pictures of the lunar eclipse.
Dmitry Rogozin, head of Roscosmos
Phases of a lunar eclipse. Moscow planetarium
Rogozin's American colleagues were broadcasting the lunar eclipse live from different parts of the Earth. You can watch the live stream here or here:
Moon eclipse. NASA
In addition, NASA released an infographic showing where the lunar eclipse could be observed and at what stage.
Phases of a lunar eclipse. NASA
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