total lunar eclipseListed below are all the posts we have tagged with the term "total lunar eclipse"
Look, up in the sky! Is it a moldy orange? A giant celestial penny? A dragon eating the Moon? In fact, it's a total lunar eclipse, and coming soon to a sky near you…. December 10, 2011 marks your last chance to see a total lunar eclipse—one of the most breathtaking celestial events that you [...]
June 1st, June 15th, and July 1st, 2011 This Summer's eclipses may just creep up and surprise us. Things could start off with some unexpected pleasures or opportunities, but before they are finished we may find ourselves struggling to get along. We can't really blame it all on the eclipses, because there will be outer [...]
December 21st, 2010 and January 4th, 2011 We have 2 eclipses coming this Winter, and they could initiate some positive changes in our lives. There will be a total lunar eclipse viewable over all of America on the eve of Winter, so if its not too cold, you may want to get out and take [...]
New Delhi: A piece of kinetic art took the place of the usual Google logo to celebrate the 113th birthday of American artist and sculptor Alexander Calder. Friday's Google doodle shows a mobile, a type of kinetic sculpture that was invented by Alexander Calder. Mobiles take advantage of the principle of equilibrium and have objects [...]
Rare lunar eclipse will be best seen on the screen, not in the skies VANCOUVER — With clouds set to cover Vancouver's skies, the best way to see tonight's rare winter solstice lunar eclipse may be to look at a screen, not the sky. The lunar eclipse — when the moon passes through the earth's [...]
Lunar eclipse worth staying up for Tuesday morningTotal lunar eclipses are certainly more common than total solar eclipses. In fact, for any given spot on Earth, you only get one total solar eclipse every 360 years. you get a total lunar eclipse for any given place once every two to three years and sometimes more [...]