Here’s What Friday’s ‘Blood Moon’ Lunar Eclipse Looked Like
Were you one of the many who missed Friday’s ‘Blood Moon’ lunar eclipse? What an incredible sight that must have been. Although videos and images can hardly do it justice, the New York Times posted a video that recaps the event.
“The entire moon was in shadow for 103 minutes, about 15 minutes longer than the average eclipse, and was visible from Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and parts of South America.”
Want to read more about the details of the lunar eclipse? Check out this article, also from the New York Times, that dives a little deeper into the factual science and magical folklore.
Bummed you missed this astrological event? Don’t worry, if you’re in North or Central America, you’ll get your chance to witness another lunar eclipse in January 2019.