Total Lunar Eclipse expected tomorrow, March 3rd. The moon will turn shades of amber and crimson Saturday night as it passes behind the Earth's shadow in the first total lunar eclipse in 3 years. The eclipse will reach totality -- when the moon begins to pass through the darkest part of Earth's shadow -- at 5:44 p.m. EST, about 15 minutes before moonrise.
And look at this amazing picture. This image of Saturn provided by NASA March 1, 2007 shows Saturn floating obliquely as one of its gravity-bound companions, Dione, hangs in the distance.
In ancient times "blood Moon" was viewed with dread and seen as an omen of disaster or great change. Well, lets hope this one will be for a joyous change!
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