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Posted on 04/14/2014 11:57:47 PM PDT by bryan999
Lunar Eclipse Blood Moon LIVE Coverage from NASA TV
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Tis a bit cloudy here in Jersey, and for a lot of the east coast... so not much to see when going outside... but if anyone is awake, here's a great link to follow... almost there...
It’s a tiny sliver now here around Dallas, close to totality in the next few hours.
It looks grey.
Thank you. I was watching it happen from here in Northern California.
We just got a little cloud cover. Hope it clears away.
Thanks again for posting.
total eclipse begins at 2:06 cdt and ends at 3:24.
Peak eclipse is 2:45 cdt
this one is not locking up as often:
Full eclipse has begun.
I’m so glad we have the internet and livestreaming so we don’t have to miss things like this. It’s raining here in TN and I’m so p.o.’d! Been waiting for months for tonight. We live in the boonies which is perfect for watching the skies at night.
I’ve been watching on the NASA website since the eclipse started. The moon’s turning red now. Wish I was outside watching instead of sitting here at the computer. It’s just not the same. :-(
Ranging in color from dark orange to red here in Minnesota.
Bright and. Lear here in Las Vegas. Currently a surreal grey red moon. Trippy indeed.
Went red here in Dallas. Getting darker by the minute. Mars off to the right. Great sight.
A little eerie.
I saw it go total maybe 8 years ago. It’s amazing.
same here, nice but cold outside,
I’m jealous! LOL! You get to see it in the sky.
I was lucky enough to see an almost-total eclipse a few years ago and it gave me goosebumps. A really pretty sight, plus hearing all the dogs for miles around barking and howling made it an eerie experience. No dogs tonight. The rain and dropping temps must be keeping them inside. Can’t say I blame ‘em.
Damnedest thing. Here from Grover’s Mill, it looked like a series of small explosions from the surface of Mars. <8^0
Watching it here in western Colorado, clear night sky, at 4800’ above sea level. Excellent viewing.
Don't worry. The governor will stop the invaders on George Washington Bridge. :-)
Are you referring to the moon’s appearance or are you watching Mars through a telescope?