There’s a lunar eclipse tomorrow. It looks like we’ll only get to see the tail end of it here in California, right at moonrise. Europe and Africa get to see the whole thing.
Interestingly, the map of where the eclipse will be visible manages to cover the major land masses almost exactly. The only region that won’t see it at all is the Pacific Ocean.
I hadn’t heard. I’m so out-of-the-loop.
Same here. I used to keep track of these more regularly. I probably would’ve caught it on the Astronomy Picture of the Day, but I’ve been busy this week. (Looking at it now, they’ve got a great artist’s conception of what an eclipse might look like from the moon.)
I lucked out that one of the computer security sites I follow at work had an off-topic post!
[…] people are searching for the phrase, “eclipse tomorrow,” leading to a spike in hits to this entry from last March… even though today’s post would be a more appropriate destination. […]