All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘lunar eclipse’

Blood Moon 2015: What Hagee Didn’t Bother to Mention

Repent! Blood Moon 2015 is upon us! This Sunday — that’s Easter Sunday to you uninformed and doomed — there will be a lunar eclipse the likes of which the Earth has only seen dozens of times. When that happens, atmospheric factors and the natural refraction of light will make the reflected light that reaches the observing human eye appear …

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Blood Moon Spotted Early Wednesday

If you were awake during the early hours of Wednesday morning, you may have had the chance to look up at the night sky to see the blood moon. Just before dawn on Wednesday, the second lunar eclipse of the year took place and was easily seen in many parts of the country. The eclipse began at 4:18 a.m. EST …

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Lunar Eclipse Gives A Full Blown Blood Moon (Photos)

In one of the most spectacular astronomical events in years, the full lunar eclipse brought out the the experts, and the novices. People gathered at spots they were certain to see this rare phenomenon and took their share of photos to prove they were there to capture the “blood moon.” Although they aren’t NASA quality, there are actually some awesome …

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Lunar Eclipse Explained by NASA Astronomer

Tonight’s the night. Millions of people in the Earth’s western hemisphere will be treated to a spectacular event tonight when the moon falls beneath the shadow of the Earth. The event, called a full lunar eclipse, will cast the moon in an eerie orange light and produce an event colloquially known as a “blood moon.” The eclipse will begin at …

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Moon Eclipse 2014: Blood Moon Visible Mon & Tues

The lunar eclipse scheduled to take place on April 14-15th promises to give sky watchers an unusual and even rare event. Lunar eclipses usually happen at random – you can get a total eclipse, followed by a prenumbra, then a partial and then another total – but this time – there will be four total eclipses in a row… known …

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‘Blood Moon’ Total Lunar Eclipse Will Be Visible On Tuesday

The moon is all set to turn red starting on late Monday when it aligns with the Sun and Earth, assuring a celestial spectacle for sky gazers. Astronomers claim that the total lunar eclipse will stretch into the wee hours of Tuesday. This rare astronomical phenomenon is the first of four consecutive lunar eclipses called a lunar tetrad. But according …

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Full Lunar Eclipse Coming April 15

A full lunar eclipse is not nearly as rare as a solar eclipse, but the event still draws eyes to the heavens. This month people in the Earth’s western hemisphere will get to see the moon at its most impressive. Early on the morning of April 15 the moon, Earth, and the sun will be perfectly in alignment. From Earth’s …

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Lunar Eclipse: Peak Period Tonight at 7:50 EST

If the weather is clear enough tonight, stargazers from around the world will get a chance to see a penumbral lunar eclipse. East Coasters will get a better look at the action as opposed to the West Coast of the United States because the eclipse will take place back East after the sun has set. The October full moon is …

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Penumbral Lunar Eclipse to Be Seen This Evening

If there is ever an evening to gaze up at the night’s sky, tonight would be it. On October 18, 2013, a “penumbral” eclipse is in store for individuals located in the eastern half of North America and South America, all of Europe and Africa, and western Asia. The Indian subcontinent and China’s western half may notice some shading early …

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Lunar Eclipse Friday: Watch it Online Tonight

Make sure you step outside this evening when the sun is setting and try to get a glimpse of the partial lunar eclipse. If the weather permits, Americans can see the penumbral lunar eclipse just as the moon is rising, and optimal viewing time for much of the U.S. will be at 7:50 E.T. For those who either can’t get …

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