No question, the storms that moved through Kansas City packed a punch on Sunday morning. They produced some nice rain and one heck of a shelf cloud. This was Sunday's "Red Moon," from the Eclipse. Matthew Smith got a great shot and submitted it to Fox 4.
On Sunday night, an eerie red moon will be visible across much of the world thanks to a rare total lunar eclipse.Beginning at 10.27pm ET on Sunday, the Earth will sit between the moon and the sun, and the moon will begin passing into the Earth’s shadow for a partial eclipse. By 11.29pm ET, the moon will be moving into the darkest part of the Earth’s shadow, called the umbra, and the total eclipse will begin, lasting just over an hour.Light travels in waves, and different-coloured light has different wavelengths. Higher frequency blue and violet light has a shorter...
DENVER (CBS4) – There was an amazing show on display in the night sky Sunday night, as the super flower blood moon eclipse was viewable across the Denver metro area. The moment of maximum eclipse happened at exactly 10:11 p.m., but for close to 90 minutes of totality, people were able to see the whole process of the moon slowly entering the earth’s shadow. (credit: CBS) “It’s an astronomical phenomenon that you don’t need special equipment to view, you don’t need to be in a specific place at a specific time,” said Dr. Jennifer Hoffman, a professor of astronomy at the University...
BURLINGTON - Sunday night brought the first total eclipse to the northeast in over three years. The "super flower blood moon" eclipse peaked just after midnight. In the Boston area, cloud cover made it difficult to fully enjoy the unique celestial event. But some were able to see the blood-red moon briefly when the clouds parted.
The full moon of May 2022 occurs on the 15th and 16th of this month. During a lunar eclipse, the color of the moon changes from white or yellow to a rusty orange hue. This has given it the nickname “Blood Moon”. May 15, 2022, will be the next total eclipse. This late Sunday evening event will last into the early morning Monday hours of May 16th.
Eden Prairie resident Babar Khan took this photo Sunday night, May 15, at SouthWest Station of the total lunar eclipse creating a dazzling blood moon overhead. Khan, who has contributed in the past to EPLN, said on Facebook that he was walking back from Purgatory Creek Park when he saw the moon slightly bigger than usual [...]
Sunday evening, there will be a total lunar eclipse. This happens when the Moon moves into the Earth's shadow, which can only happen when there is a full moon in the sky. The ideal window for watching a red moon tonight will take place from about 10:30 PM to Midnight. Our next Total Lunar Eclipse is scheduled for November 8th later this year.