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Later this month, NASA will open the launch window for the Artemis I mission — the first step toward returning humans to the moon.
The eclipse will begin at 9:32 p.m. in our area with the Earth’s shadow slowly inching across the surface of May’s flower moon. But viewers may not notice until it becomes a partial eclipse about an hour later.
It was actually a combination Frost Moon-Beaver Moon-Partial Lunar Eclipse with a reddish-brown Blood Moon glow to it, if we're being exact.
Consider this a Fully Frosted Beaver Moon Lunar Eclipse With A (Partial) Blood Moon Glow.
An alternative name for this moon is the Full Sap Moon, because this is also the time of year "when the sap of sugar maples starts to flow."
You haven't really lived until you've seen a [extremely metal voice] super blood wolf lunar moon with your own two eyes.
The November supermoon is also the brightest one since 1948, and won't be this bright until 2034.
The best time to see the moon is at 12:23 a.m. tonight.
When a lunar perigee meets a lunar eclipse.
There will be an ultra-rare Supermoon lunar eclipse visible tomorrow night.
It was supposedly the brightest one yet this year!
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