You Can Watch Time-Lapse of Last Night’s Lunar Eclipse If Clouds Ruined It for You
The atmosphere is such an attention hog sometimes.
If you live on the east coast of the United States, odds are that last night’s total lunar eclipse was spoiled for you by some clouds, but the Internet has your back. Here’s a time-lapse video of the Moon passing into the Earth’s shadow last night and taking on a reddish-orange hue.
If you want to get another chance at seeing a total eclipse with your own eyes, there will be three more in this tetrad on October 8 of 2014, April 4 of 2015, and September 28, 2015.
If that’s not enough for you, you can scrub through a recording of Slooh’s live coverage to get a longer look at the eclipse:
- Last night’s eclipse started off a tetrad, which has nothing to do with impending doom
- Bacon was the first food eaten on the Moon, because of course it was
- Set up your own amazing star system in Super Planet Crash
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