Tonight the full moon will turn a delightful shade of red and possibly turquoise, too. It's a total lunar eclipse--the last one until 2010. Sky watchers in Europe, the Americas, parts of the Middle East, and Africa are favored for good views of the two-hour event.
I'll be watching at 10:26 EST. Hopefully I'll be able to get some good pictures. ;)
Maps, timetables, live webcasts
How to Photograph a Lunar Eclipse
Lunar Eclipses for Beginners
Image from here.
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