Get ready to look up in the night sky very soon, because you’re in for a real treat. There will be a total lunar eclipse on the night of Monday, April 14th, and folks living in the United States, Canada, and parts of Central and South America will be able to see the moon turn a dark blood-red shade for a little over an hour. This will be the first in a series of four total eclipses that are to happen over the next two years. What Is a Blood Moon?

All total lunar eclipses are Blood Moons, and its red color is due to the Earth’s atmosphere. When the light from the sun passes through, the… more


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