Last week was the supermoon lunar eclipse. The moon was at its perigee, the closest it gets to the earth, and appeared 14% larger. Then it slipped into the shadow of the earth and took on an eerie red-orange color.
I saw it from beautiful Lassen Volcanic National Park and took some photos.
Hikers climbed Lassen Peak at dusk to see the supermoon.
We looked at the moon through a telescope.
And the Milky Way looked pretty spectacular.