On Wednesday night, May 26, we were treated to an incredible sight: a Super Blood Moon, with a lunar eclipse thrown in for good measure.
South Australians raised their eyes to the skies from just after 7pm, when the partial eclipse began.
The total eclipse started at 8.41pm, and the maximum eclipse was at 8.48pm.
Photographers set their cameras and tripods up around the place, while others captured the sight on their phone cameras.
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