Listen: Denverites Howl At Supermoon Eclipse

Supermoon Lunar Eclipse
Photo courtesy NASA/Bill Ingalls
A perigee full moon, or supermoon, is seen during a total lunar eclipse behind the Colorado State Capitol Building on Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015, in Denver. The combination of a supermoon and total lunar eclipse last occurred in 1982 and will not happen again until 2033.</p>

What does one do when the moon is full, tinted blood orange by an eclipse?

Howl at it, of course. CPR News' Ryan Warner recorded crowds at Cheesman Park in Denver doing their best wolf impression as the earth's shadow passed over the supermoon Sunday evening.

(Photo courtesy NASA)

The next supermoon eclipse won't happen until 2033. But the supermoon makes an appearance much more often; check out some photos of it from last summer.