Sunday's celestial event was the last total lunar eclipse before 2021.
It was quite the celestial treat.
Blood moons have inspired both awe and fear throughout the centuries.
NASA is calling it a "lunar trifecta."
My husband and I are not a rare sight. Gay married couples are becoming commonplace. No one is snapping our picture and rushing home to show their family the unusual sight they encountered.
All of this time we spend worrying about meaningless things could be spent cherishing the fleeting moments that we have on this tiny planet with our loved ones. How many families stood outside that night staring at the moon together?
John Boehner resigned as Speaker of the House and over the weekend a blood moon rode the night sky. In ancient times this was considered an unlucky omen, even a prediction of the end of days. Now it is known as a total lunar eclipse.
Weather permitting, the moon will look red—but there's nothing supernatural about that.
It's the first in more than 30 years.
In the Windy City, moon lovers can enjoy refreshments, listen to lectures, and watch the eclipse at Chicago's Adler Planetarium
Jane Wyman was Ronald Reagan's first wife. They met when they were both working their way up the Hollywood star ladder -- Wyman was actually ahead of Reagan -- and they came out of the same background: hardscrabble Depression; very much hand-to-mouth.
The full eclipse started around 6:25 a.m. EDT and was visible across North and South America, Australia, and Asia. It was
The full eclipse will start at 6:25 a.m. EDT and last until 7:24 a.m, according to NASA. This eclipse marks the second in
It is time and then some to move on to the pleasures of spring.
Amateur astrophotographers Steve Pazienza and Alex Dzierba beautifully captured the lunar eclipse totality. That's the star
You'll have to resist the urge to howl.