The diagrams of the Earth's shadow, moon, and timing of the eclipse are from the website:
You can experiment on this site, for other eclipse dates and locations. It's fun.
At 8:47, nearly dead center of totality. The moon barely came through in the iPad photo, needed a fair bit of brightness and contrast pushing:
At 9:07, still in totality but moving towards the edge of the Earth's shadow. Moon is brighter, but still very red.:
At 9:18, almost out of the Earth's shadow, very close to the edge. Moon is brighter, now seeing a bit of brighter light on the edge of the moon.:
At 9:24, moon just broke out of the Earth's shadow, now see "dawn" breaking on the side of the moon:
And here's an SF book in which a moon plays a critical role:
The Witches' Stones Book Two - Love and Intrigue Under the Seven Moons of Kordea