Meteorite that struck the red, eclipsed moon first ever recorded
During the recent lunar eclipse there was a first-time meteorite that struck the red, eclipsed moon for the first time that has been recorded. Research would look at previous flashes on the moon. Between 2005 and April 2018 the MEO recorded 435 flashes from meteoroid collisions. Most were bright enough to show in amateur scopes had someone kept a steady watch. However, after this recent struck two supernovae are also now visible. Taking this information does the red eclipsed have any major effects on the moon?