EDIT: Ok, the eclipse had officially ended here at 7:30 a.m. (during which it was already bright daylight, thus I was not kidding when I had told some of you fellow eclipse fans that in my country the moon will set with one of its pieces still being in the dark, thus yeah, rise as a normal moon, set as the black moon! ) and I`m only writing you this update at 3 p.m. because I had to take some well-deserved sleep after seeing such spectacle unfold in front of my own eyes (and where other people seemed to be completely oblivious of wtf was happening in the sky as well !)
Now with its end, thus official ended the lunar tetrad of 2014-2015 many Revelation-freaks were freaking out about on the Web and only time knows when will be the next one while for another supermoon eclipse, we already know thanks to NASA (which I bet everyone still owes their sighting of such event as well, especially in areas where there`s daylight) that it won`t happen until year 2033, which is still a long long time, but not as long as the next bloody solar one here in Europe, which won`t happen until like year 2022 and even then, it would still be bloody partial one, go figure~ I don`t even wish how long will we have to wait in order to get the next total one. Trust me, from what I had deduced from timeanddate.com`s data, - www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/li… - the next ones to get the total solar eclipse will be all of you from Philippines (something to write down there, IsangKapatid ), it happening on 8th/9th of March 2016, and then the next one after that (when it comes to solar eclipse department) will be the 21 August 2017 one, the one I bet you all of USA are already freaking out about, which I don`t blame you for at all because hey, how bloody long didn`t you get one already?!
As for the entire event seeing from my own eyes ... man, that was both really eerie and really magical (also really lucky because when the eclipse started, the clouds fully dissipated and they didn`t appear again all the way until daylight broke out! ) to see, especially just how long it bloody lasted as well. I watched its peak at the Town Square together with my dad and then followed its path all around the nighttime city while deducing the best places to view the eclipse from with my dad (which also included my own backyard, strangely , the abandoned car park nearby the train station and the observation platform in front of a museum) while the moon gradually turned brick red, then blood red and before it exited the Earth`s shadow even dark brown, thus it was almost impossible to see it at one point like for real O_O I didn`t managed to get any images of it, since my cameras are all crap at nighttime (and where I`ll also mention one of my fellow eclipse watchers as well, griffsnuff, that took an image of it here: supah moon da eclipsahsuaces), but the experience still remains and I`ll cherish it for as long as I live, since well, beside this being my 1st officially seen Blood Moon in all years of my it, it`s also the 1st eclipse I saw that had ended by the moon going below the horizon before it could fully exit the Earth`s shadow as well As for the next total one that I`ll try to see in July 2018, it would be the special one as well according to timeanddate.com, since at that time, the moon will bloody RISE AS A BLACK MOON ALREADY! Man, you celestial events, you have a really weird set of appearances here in my country :,D
Also, just to drive the bizarre astronomical events home when it comes to my country, during the eclipse, I also saw 2 shooting stars completely out of the blue, one of them being right beside the Blood Moon as well (thus if it would be a normal moon, then it would be obstructed by its light) and given that the moon was beneath the constellation Pisces, thanks to Google SkyMap ... yeah, I really consider myself lucky that I had seen this event with my own bare eyes (and thus connect with so many people that saw it in those past years as well)! ^-^
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________As well as the majority of Europe, the UK and the eastern coasts of USA, so for all of you that will have clear skies to barely-clouded skies and wish to witness this thing with your own eyes, grab your cameras/binoculars, make sure you can stay awake at night and go to the spot where you can see the sky open all around you in order to see this unforgettable act of nature! Too bad that currently in my country, we have heavy cloud cover, thus I`m afraid that I might not be able to see it in person, but oh well, we cannot always have such nice things as this and on March 20`s Solar Eclipse, the skies were as clear as they were, thus ... yeah, good luck to every single one of you who has clear skies! I`m still feeling kind of bad in here because here in my country, it`ll rise as a normal moon, but set as the black moon (not as the blood moon, since this even will end before the moon fully sets! ) and given that apparently this is the combo of a supermoon + Harvest Moon (as known in my country) Eclipse ... oh yeah, I suggest that the ones that are all into Revelation better start freaking out now, so that we know who you are.