Super Blood Moon 2015: Celebs Freak Out, Mock, and Miss the Lunar Eclipse

The supermoon on September 27, 2015 in New York City
The super blood moon on Sept. 27, filled many social media feeds.  

On Sunday, Sept. 27, people all over the world turned into astronomy lovers. The “Super Blood Moon” — a rare lunar eclipse combined with the moon being the closest to Earth in its orbit — hasn’t happened since 1982 and won’t happen again until 2033. 

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So it makes sense that the Internet was filled with blurry photos, wise musings, and tales of how people missed the blood moon. Celebs got in on the action, posting their own messages. 

New Yorker Sarah Jessica Parker reported the cloud-covered events from Greenwich Village via her Instagram account, writing, “Last image before total cloud cover but I see the clouds moving westerly at a good clip so fingers crossed for clearance by max at 10:47pm EST! Thats the latest for now on the lunar eclipse. From lower Manhattan, this is SJ signing off. Back to you. X”

nikki and ian looking at supermoon
Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder stared up at the supermoon in New York City on September 27, 2015

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And unREAL star Constance Zimmer also Instagrammed a photo of the red moon, with the caption, “I may be small, but I’m oh so mighty #superbloodmoon.” 

Spouses and actors Ian Somerhalder and Nikki Reed were photographed staring up at the moon after leaving a gala at the United Nations in midtown Manhattan, where they spoke together. 

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Here’s what the rest of your favorite stars were doing and saying when the eclipse occurred:

I may be small, but I’m oh so mighty #superbloodmoon

A photo posted by Constance Zimmer (@constancezimmer) on Sep 27, 2015 at 8:07pm PDT

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