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Partial Solar Eclipse Viewable Today Across The Area

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Back on October 8th, much of North America was able to view a total lunar eclipse, as the earth passed between the moon and the sun. Now it’s the sun’s turn to get in on the action as a partial solar eclipse will occur over much of North America today. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the ... Read More »

“Blood Red” Moon may Appear Tonight

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Weather permitting, sky gazers in northern America and Europe are in for a treat in the early morning hours of Tuesday, when the first total lunar eclipse in almost three years is poised to turn the Moon pink, coppery or even a blood red. Coinciding eerily with the northern hemisphere’s mid-winter solstice, the eclipse will happen because the Sun, the ... Read More »