2014 Total Lunar Eclipse as seen in Arizona. (Photo: Bob Ghent/NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center)
In 2017, we were treated to a total solar eclipse and now, get ready for another rare celestial event when, for the first time in 150 years, a total lunar eclipse will occur during a blue moon. It’s the grand finale of a trilogy of supermoons that have been taking place since early December.
So just what are we in store for on January 31, 2018, when the eclipse will take place? In order to understand the significance, we first need to take …READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE & LEARN MORE HERE
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