For the Martians

Time lapse of the

Winter Solstice Lunar Eclipse.


And in case any martians/humans were wondering why the moon looked red, NASA offers an explanation:

According to NASA, “the exact color depends on what’s floating around in Earth’s atmosphere. Following a volcanic eruption, for instance, dust and ash can turn global sunsets vivid red. The moon would glow vivid red, too. Lots of clouds, on the other hand, extinguish sunsets, leading to darker, dimmer eclipses.”