Tonight’s ‘full moon’ will include a partial lunar eclipse – the longest in centuries. That partial lunar eclipse will darken the moon (turning it ‘red’) beginning around 2am.
*Peak viewing time will be around 4am early Friday morning.
BTW: A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth, Sun and Moon align so that the Moon passes into the shadow of the Earth. *You may also get to experience the ‘Leonid Meteor Shower’ as well.
-If miss this partial eclipse, there will be two total Lunar Eclipses in 2022 – the first coming on May 15-16 and the second occurring on November 8th.
*November’s full moon is known as the Beaver Moon.
It’s also called the Frosty Moon or the Snow Moon.
VERSE: “Let everything that has breath praise the LORD” Psalm 150
QUOTE: “A person who loves his job, will never work a day in his life.”
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