Lunar Eclipse Photos Show Earth's Shadow On Moon
Lunar Eclipse – Full Moon in the Gemini >>> a potent time of seeing and releasing outmoded patterns and ways of being. Here is the major astrological download from the best readers of the stars… First from the insighful
The Lunar Eclipse of November 28 2012 occurs between 12:14 UT and 16:40 UT, strongest at 14:32 (For West Coast US -8 hours, E Coast -5 hours, Europe + 1 hour, E. Australia +11 hours). It is a penumbral eclipse, meaning
Editor's Note: The Slooh webcast of today's eclipse has been canceled due to bad weather at the observation sites. The moon will dip through the outer edges of Earth's shadow on Wednesday (Nov. 28) in a minor lunar eclipse, and you can watch the event
The fuzzy edge of the Earth's shadow will be visible on the moon on Nov. 28 during the last eclipse of 2012.
Some fantastic shots by Imelda Joson and Edwin Aguirre from Rockport, Massachusetts, that show the deep penumbral eclipse of March 14, 2006.