Tomorrow we are due to see a Super Moon and Lunar Eclipse around 02.07 BST (27th/28th Sept).
The eclipse is expected to start at 01.11 BST and the moon will turn yellow.
At 03.11 BST the moon will enter the darkest part of the shadow, so should disappear.
The point of the greatest eclipse 03.47 BST and the sky show will be over by 05.22 BST Monday morning. (Source BBC)
It is doubtful I shall be awake, but if we relied on taking a picture tomorrow, you can bet your butt that it will either rain, the moon will be obscured by cloud, or we’ll forget.
So, in lieu of the big event, have a look at this : pictures taken 7.50 pm 26th Sept. Neither were taken with a flash.
No eclipse, but wow, what a moon!