Early Tuesday, some lucky Americans caught a glimpse of a total lunar eclipse – a phenomenon that won’t happen for another three years.
The eclipse was also visible in Asia, Australia and the Pacific.
Here are two photos of the moon viewed by the Chinese.
The moon rises behind a corner tower along the outer walls of the Forbidden City during a lunar eclipse in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. © Mark Schiefelbein, AP
Close-up of the moon rising behind a corner tower along the outer walls of the Forbidden City. © Mark Schiefelbein, AP