'Blood Moon' Visible in the Sky Tonight
On Monday night, a complete lunar eclipse will transpire, which means the sun, moon and Earth will align so that Earth's shadow falls across the moon's surface. Instead of being blocked from sight, the moon will take on a brownish red color, or as many call it, a 'blood moon.' Moon viewing can commence at 10:20 P.M. and last until 12:07 A.M. It is supposed to be visible from all of the United States, Central America and certain places in South America.
By Jordan Moses
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