· A full moon on Tuesday, February 19 — also called the "snow moon" — will be the brightest of 2019.
· The moon will look significantly larger than normal because it will be near its closest.. Business Insider - Published
Millions of people will have the opportunity to see a lunar eclipse – an event popularly known in the media as a “blood moon.” During such an eclipse, the full moon moves into the shadow of the.. The Next Web - Published
Here’s your look at highlights from the weekly AP photo report, a gallery featuring a mix of front-page photography, the odd image you might have missed and lasting moments our editors think you.. Seattle Times - Published
A post on The Flat Earth Society’s ‘Flat Earth Wiki’ claims the lunar eclipse was not caused by the shadow of our planet as it sits between the sun and the moon, but by a ‘Shadow Object.’ MailOnline - Published
A professional photographer travelled to Devil's Dyke in Sussex in the early hours of Monday morning to photograph the incredible celestial event known as a super blood wolf moon. MailOnline - Published
Astronomers managed to capture the moment of an impact during this week's eclipsed moon. A Spanish astrophysicist says it appears a rock from a comet slammed into the moon during the total lunar.. USATODAY.com - Published Also reported by •SeattlePI.com •Seattle Times
Researchers with the Moon Impacts Detection and Analysis System have confirmed that a small, bright flash spotted by some observers was a rogue space rock crashing into the lunar surface. MailOnline - Published
In the wise words of Yello, "Oooh yeah. The moon is beautiful."
Western hemisphere skywatchers enjoyed front row seats to a stunning celestial treat Sunday night as the only total lunar eclipse of.. Mashable - Published
A group of moon gazers who hit Ponte Vedra Beach to watch Sunday night's Super Blood Wolf Moon lunar eclipse forgot to keep an eye on the tide - and you can pretty guess what happened. cbs4.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times
The moon turned blood red yesterday as the Earth passed directly between it and the sun, creating a shadow that stopped solar rays reaching the surface and a total lunar eclipse that won't be seen.. New Zealand Herald - Published
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Imagine you could see the sunsets occurring around the globe all at once. To achieve this feat you would need to leave Earth, positioning yourself at a far enough distance to.. One News Page Staff - Published
The cosmos has begun 2019 as it means to go on with the weekend’s Super Blood Wolf Moon total lunar eclipse. The first full Moon and lunar eclipse of the year was visible […]
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