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Be prepare for shortest lunar eclipse of the century

MEXICO: Amateur astronomers and recreational stargazers across the nation will be hoping the weather gods are kind to them tonight, so that they can witness what will be the shortest total eclipse of the moon of the 21st century. A lunar eclipse happens when the moon — slowly moving in its orbit around the Earth — goes into the Earth’s ... Read More »

Total lunar eclipse: April 4, 2015

HONG KONG: Early next Saturday morning, Coloradans will experience the third total lunar eclipse of the current tetrad of lunar eclipses. This one will be an early morning event, just before dawn on Saturday, April 4, as the full egg moon glides through the extreme northern part of the Earth’s shadow. A total eclipse of the moon occurs when three ... Read More »

Total eclipse of Moon: April 4, 2015

PERTH: Australians are in for an extra Easter show with the last of the three 2014-15 total lunar eclipses playing out on Saturday night, 4 April 2015. All of Australia will be able to see at least most of the total eclipse, with those watching from the eastern half of the country being able to see the whole total eclipse, ... Read More »