Up in the sky: it’s a bird! it’s a plane! No .. it’s a Supermoon!
Or a black moon, depending on what science-based article you read. Basically, there’s a new moon today/night and because it’s the second (or third, again depending on which science you’re going with) and reaching its closest point to Earth, its dubbed as special fancy moon. Basically, the moon will appear very large and barely visible. So if you want to catch this amazing astrological event, keep on an on the horizon around sunset. (deb)
Previously Oct. 7, 2014
‘Blood Moon’ making creepy, October appearance
If you’re willing to get up early, Wednesday morning, you could get a glimpse of the ‘blood moon.” The second total lunar eclipse of the year should be visible in most of North America (unless of course Columbus is cloudy like it was last time), and the next total lunar eclipse won’t be until April of next year. As the moon moves into Earth’s umbral shadow, the red color becomes visible and the eclipse can be seen for about an hour. It is completely safe to watch with the naked eye and no protective gear is needed.
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