Lunar Eclipse April 15th
Next Tuesday wake up, and look up.
An amazing spacey display will unfold in the night sky Tuesday, a lunar eclipse. While some past eclipses have been hard to spot, this is an event not to be missed. Tuesday beginning around 1:58AM, the Earth will pass between the moon and the Sun. The display will amaze!
The Earth’s atmosphere will refract light onto the moon’s surface, painting the moon in bizarre colors. The colors could range from a coppery tint, to red or orange. Even greenish or blueish colors could appear.
3AM-3:15AM is the anticipated time for the full eclipse.
1963 was the last time this has happened.