Millions of people across the Americas, Europe and Africa on Sunday were able to see the reddish glow of a rare and spectacular show in the sky – a lunar eclipse known as a "super flower blood moon." This rare event happens only when a series of conditions are at play. Along with there being a total lunar eclipse – when Earth is directly between the moon and the sun – the full moon must also be at its closest point to Earth and it can only happen in May. The moon appears "blood red" when the eclipse reaches totality. Last night, totality began just before 11:30 p.m. ET and lasted more than an hour, until 12:53 a.m., according to NASA. While only parts of the world were able to see the dazzling astronomical event, it was a sight to remember. Here's what it looked like: Toronto, Ontario Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images The earth moved across the sun's path eclipsing the moon during the "super flower blood moon" eclipse as seen from Toronto. New York City Gary Hershorn / Getty Images The total eclipsed "super flower blood moon" rises over lower Manhattan and One World Trade Center on May 15, 2022, in New York . . . read the full article here.