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  • Shaded moon will be last eclipse of 2004 [Total Lunar Eclipse Tonight]

    10/27/2004 1:08:22 AM PDT · by Thinkin' Gal · 106 replies · 1,731+ views
    Shaded moon will be last eclipse of 2004 PARIS (AFP) Oct 25, 2004 A total eclipse of the Moon will occur overnight Wednesday, an event that can turn Earth's satellite to a colourful shade ranging from deep red to dark brown and sometimes an existential grey. The phenomenon will be visible from North and South America, when it will be late Wednesday, as well as Europe and Africa, when it will be early Thursday, and Antarctica, astronomers said Monday. According to the US magazine Sky and Telescope, the eclipse will occur during Game 4 of baseball's World Series, when the...
  • Tonight's Forecast: Red Moon

    05/15/2003 4:17:17 AM PDT · by BushCountry · 29 replies · 793+ views
    Tampa Tribune ^ | May 15, 2003 | KURT LOFT
    Tonight's Forecast: Red Moon By KURT LOFT kloft@tampatrib.com Published: May 15, 2003 TAMPA - A dramatic cosmic dance unfolds tonight when the Earth's shadow passes over the moon in the first total lunar eclipse of the millennium. Beginning just after 9 p.m., the full moon will begin disappearing as a disk of darkness moves across its face. But as sunlight filters through the prism of Earth's atmosphere, the moon will begin taking on an eerie crimson glow. ``Because of the pollution in our atmosphere, it's likely the moon will turn a deep red,'' Tampa astronomer Joseph Carr said. ``This is...