The entire eclipse took more than three hours. Totality — when the moon’s completely bathed in Earth’s shadow — lasted an hour. According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, the full moon for January was called the “full wolf moon”, inspired by wolves that were more often heard at this time of year. With files from the Canadian Press.
Was shooting the #BloodWolfMoon in #Nanaimo when this commercial plane had the nerve to fly through my footage. The nerve! Actually kind of cool. What are the chances? @CHEK_News pic.twitter.com/7vDBcl94do— Kendall Hanson (@Kendall_Hanson) January 21, 2019