Super Blue Blood Moon

The reddish tint - or blood moon - happens due to "the effect of all the sunrises and sunsets all around the planet reflecting off the moon, which I think is really lovely," said NASA astrophysicist Michelle Thaller.
- From CNA
Well, I think so too. Read this explanation a few times, and it just sounded so beautiful but inconceivable at the same time. 
Moment of being caught in wonder.