Photos of a Blood Moon: First Total Lunar Eclipse of 2014 Wows Stargazers - dofaq.com
lunar eclipse 2014

Total solar eclipse 1st in 99 years to sweep width of US

Minnesota Public Radio News - 28 Jun 2017
Partial solar eclipse Alex Frye used special viewing glasses to look at a partial solar eclipse from a highway overpass Oct. 23, 2014, in Arlington, Va. This August, the U.S. will experience its first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in 99 years ...
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"Snow Moon" Lunar Eclipse Shines with Comet Tonight: What to Expect

Scientific American - 10 Feb 2017
Early this evening (Feb. 10), careful observers across parts of North America can watch a Full Snow Moon penumbral lunar eclipse. With a pair of binoculars or a small telescope, skywatchers can also catch a glimpse of a bright-green comet passing by Earth.
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Solar and Lunar Eclipses in 2017

Sky & Telescope - 05 Jan 2017
That was the case during the widely viewed event in September 2015, which marked the conclusion of a series of four consecutive total lunar eclipses in 2014–15! Such eclipse tetrads are not common — the last one occurred during 2003–04, but the next ...
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Lunar Eclipse 2017 Guide: When, Where & How to See It

Space.com - 30 Aug 2016
The first of two lunar eclipses in 2017 occurs overnight on Friday and Saturday (Feb. 10 and 11), when the full moon passes through the outer shadow of the Earth. The event is a minor eclipse known as a penumbral lunar eclipse. You can see our main ...
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Lunar eclipse October 2014: Watch it live, right here

Los Angeles Times - 08 Oct 2014
If cloudy skies are blocking your view, or if you just can't bear the thought of getting out of bed and heading to the backyard, you do have the option of watching the eclipse online. The Griffith Observatory will be live-streaming a view of the moon ...
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Wake Up to a Total Lunar Eclipse on October 8, 2014

Sky & Telescope - 26 Sep 2014
We're approaching the second of four total lunar eclipses that come at half-year intervals in 2014 and 2015: a lunar-eclipse tetrad. All four can be seen from at least parts of North America. The one before dawn on Wednesday, October 8th, will be ...
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Eclipses in 2014

Sky & Telescope - 30 Dec 2013
Two total lunar eclipses occur this year, the first since late 2011, in April and October. Solar-wise, April's annular 2014 eclipse is only observable from Australia, but North America is well positioned for a partial event in October. Any list of ...
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Solar and Lunar Eclipses in 2016

Sky & Telescope - 22 Jan 2016
That was the case during the widely viewed event in September 2015, which marked the conclusion of a series of four consecutive total lunar eclipses in 2014–15! Such eclipse tetrads are not common — the last one occurred during 2003–04, but the next ...
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Your scientific guide to this Sunday's supermoon lunar eclipse

Los Angeles Times - 25 Sep 2015
Some people call a lunar eclipse a "blood moon" because of the reddish color of the lunar face. The moon looks red rather than black as it passes through the Earth's shadow because the scattered light from all the sunsets and sunrises on the rim of our ...
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See a Lunar Eclipse From Space

Motherboard - 01 Nov 2016
The stunning new imagery, captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), shows what a partial lunar eclipse looks like from the perspective of SDO's perch in geosynchronous orbit. Down on Earth ...
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Don't Miss the Lunar Eclipse on April 14–15!

Slate Magazine (blog) - 14 Apr 2014
Do you live in North America, South America, Australia, or eastern Asia? Then you get to see a lunar eclipse on the night of April 14–15! And while North America is the best place to watch—we'll get to see the whole event—the real action doesn't ...
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Mark Your Calendars For This Summer's "Great American Eclipse"

DOGOnews - 19 May 2017
As you are firming up your summer plans, you may want to pencil in the total solar eclipse on August 21. Dubbed the “Great American Eclipse,” it is not just the first total solar eclipse visible from the contiguous United States since February 26, 1979 ...

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