The full moon will plunge into shadow tonght, courtesy of a total lunar eclipse. Just like any solid object, the Earth casts a shadow. When the moon passes through the Earth’s shadow, a lunar eclips occurs. It’s a good thing I did not sell my telescope yet – because I will try to stay up and get a photo.
Search this site
- 13th floor elevators animals arizona Astronomy bees california climate change compost conservation conspiracy copper drought earth earthquake eclipse electricity electronics environment environnment feces flood food garbage gardening geodes geology global warming government green heat island hiking jupiter lake lakes landslide lightning marketing minerals mining monsoon moon museums Music natural disasters nevada North America organic phoenix photography planets politics pollution psychedelic rain recycling river rivers rocks roky erickson root knot science soil streams supermarket tempe tomatoes unemployment urbanization USGS vegetables venus water weather wells wildlife