Everything You Need to Know About Tonight’s Lunar Eclipse

September 27 Tonight’s total lunar eclipse begins at 8:07 pm CDT, when the Moon first enters the dark part of the Earth’s shadow. At 9:11 pm CDT, the Moon is completely within Earth’s shadow. At 10:23 pm CDT, the Moon begins to emerge from behind Earth’s shadow. At 11:27 pm CDT, the eclipse ends as… Read More Everything You Need to Know About Tonight’s Lunar Eclipse

Blood Moon Setting

During this morning’s eclipse, I captured this image of the Moon a few minutes after it entered totality; the copper color is due to the refraction of sunlight through Earth’s atmosphere. UPDATE: See below if the main image does not show up in your browser.