Total Lunar Eclipse

Tonight is the night to enjoy a rare full eclipse of the moon!  Weather permitting, at 7:01 Mountain Time and lasting for 51 minutes you’ll be able to see this natural phenomenon from your back yard most anywhere in north American and beyond.  This awe-inspiring event is magnified by the addition of the planet Saturn and bright bluish star, Regulus, in close triangular formation with the moon!  Check out more information at the link below.  Tell us about your thoughts!
Jyl Duffy

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2 Responses to Total Lunar Eclipse

  1. mindyallen says:

    Did you guys have a good view of the eclipse? It was AMAZING! The red was slightly creepy but fascinating! I wanted to thank you for visiting my blog yesterday and leaving such a nice comment! Good luck naming your blog!
    Mindy Allen


  2. jyld says:

    Did you see the lunar eclipse last night? It was very dramatic. The proximity of Saturn and star Remulus did indeed make an interesting combination. Our next lunar eclipse won’t be until 2010.

    Also of interest in our skiis is the falling spy satellite which was traveling at 17,000 miles an hour toward our atmosphere. It’s no longer falling since the U.S. Navy’s missile was successful in the attempt to explode the fuel tank this morning. Experts believe there’s no wreckage larger than a football remaining. Someone’s physics knowledge and application paid off!


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