Last night, skygazers enjoyed a celestial treat: a total eclipse of a supermoon -- a moon at its closest point to Earth in its orbit. The ruddy orb appeared larger than usual in the nighttime sky.
By Larisa Epatko
Sunday night, the sun, earth and a full moon will be in a straight line, making the moon, which is in its closing point of orbit, appear much brighter than usual. This phenomenon, referred to as "supermoon" total lunar eclipse,…
By PBS NewsHour
On Sunday evening, starting around 8:45pm there will be a full eclipse of the moon right when it is at the perigee of its orbit, the point closest to the Earth. This will lead to what is being called a…
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins
If you slept through this morning’s blood moon, or missed out due to the cloudy conditions in some parts of country, social media has you covered.
By Nora Daly
By Jenny Marder
For 59 minutes early Wednesday morning, the moon will turn an eerie shade of copper red when it passes through the Earth’s shadow in a total lunar eclipse. And if the skies are clear enough and you look at…
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
A rare “blood moon” eclipse will be visible in the North and South American skies tonight, when the Earth’s shadow covers the full moon in an eerie red glow.
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