20190120_222230 Partial Moon eclipse
This year I was lucky enough to see the total lunar eclipse of January 20, 2019. I attempted to view it twice before in recent years -- in September of 2015 and January of 2018 -- and I could not see them either time, since clouds helpfully moved in just in time for the eclipse.
This time not only the sky was clear, the Moon was also high enough in the sky that we could view it from our frontyard, instead of having to drive somewhere to find a clear, unobstructed view of the horizon.
I took some pictures of the eclipse with my phone camera. Without flash, the camera "autocorrected" the crescent of the Moon to a circle. With a flash, however, it captured the crescent! Perhaps the exposure time was short enough that the camera didn't have time to "autocorrect". The flash turned the sky the rusty color. Someone commented that this looked like an image taken by a Mars rover.