If you missed the recent Super Blood Wolf Moon eclipse, you missed an extra special event, as for the first time, an asteroid was captured impacting the moon during an eclipse. A luminous full moon is anathema to such detections, but a total lunar eclipse, painting the moon in darkness, changed that. And in the eclipse when moon, earth and the sun forms their positions, the earth at that time blocks the sun and there are just the silvers of the light which makes through the atmosphere of the planet and then that is more towards the moon.
Madiedo and his team have been hoping to capture a lunar impact for some time, but normally the brightness of the Moon makes it very hard.
"We employ an array of telescopes endowed with high-sensitivity cameras that monitor the lunar surface in order to detect these events", Madiedo told ABC News.
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"I had a feeling that this will be a time when this will happen", says Madedo.
He caught the entire thing on film, but he didn't end up being the first to declare it.
Madiedo said that monitoring of lunar impacts was generally conducted five days before and after a new moon, when flashes can be easily observed. And the brilliant white light flashes associated with the impacts can often be seen from Earth.
It can also be seen in the upper left in a live webcast from timeanddate, the bottom left of this livestream from a man in Pennsylvania, and the bottom left of this video here. "The flash was produced by a rock (a meteoroid) that hit the lunar ground". "I was exhausted when the eclipse ended-but when the automatic detection software notified me of a bright flash, I jumped out of my chair".