Time-lapse video captures a total lunar eclipse, also known as a “blood moon,” which was visible from the U.S. as it dipped into Earth’s shadow
It lasted less than five minutes. But despite being the shortest lunar eclipse of the century, stargazers on the west coast of the United States
On Wednesday, October 8, the moon will pass in Earth’s shadow, causing a total lunar eclipse.
The spectacle will be visible to the naked eye. At
The supermoon on Sunday, August 10 occurred at the same hour of perigee, creating an “extra supermoon”.
The phenomenon means the moon, which is
The full moon this Sunday, August 10, is particularly special. Dubbed a ‘supermoon’, it is the largest and brightest of the year.
This lunar show