(CNET) -- The dramatically named "super blood wolf moon eclipse" of Jan. 20 and 21 was a sight to behold all on its own. Then, some sharp-eyed telescope observers noticed a flash of extracurricular activity when a meteoroid created a bright pinpoint of light on the lunar surface.
Multiple telescope feeds captured the impact, which likely left behind a fresh crater on the pockmarked moon.
A livestream feed from Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles shows the flash, which happened at the height of the eclipse.
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