Did you see the next picture- Gravity's Lens? It is the situation that Einstein used to prove that light has mass ansd can be affected by gravity, actually bending light to see what's behind a galaxy.
Thanks for these images. Notice the light, although the moon is completely obscured by the earth. The lighthouse and total imagery is indeed mystic and serene.
Sunlight, bent by Earth’s atmosphere, leaks into the umbra and bathes the moon in a faint glow. Because blue light is scattered more easily than red light, it is red light that penetrates through Earth’s atmosphere to illuminate the moon in a coppery glow. If you were on the moon during totality and looked back at Earth, you would not see any part of the sun because it would be entirely hidden behind Earth. However, you would see Earth’s atmosphere illuminated from behind by the sun in a spectacular sunset completely ringing Earth. It is the red glow from this sunset that gives the totally eclipsed moon its reddish color.
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This type of thing was terror to our ancient ancestors and probably contributed greatly to the foundings of superstitious religious thought. Such an important event in our development, yet it's amazing how a little science can ban superstition so easily.