Stunning Photo's Of The Blood Moon October 2014
History In The Making!
Wednesday October 8, 2014 marked the second Lunar Eclispe of the year. The title "Blood Moon" comes from the redish, coppery color the moon takes on after it passes into the earths shadow.
Lunar eclipses are relatively common, typically occurring once or twice a year. But Wednesday's lunar eclipse is special: it is part of what astronomers call a lunar eclipse tetrad - a series of four consecutive total eclipses occurring about six months apart. The first in the series happened on April 15 this year, and the final two are forecast for April 4, 2015, and September 28, 2015.
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Above you see a composite photo of the October 8, 2014 Lunar eclipse seen in Manila, Philippine
Gorgeous photo of the lunar eclipse October, 8 2014 taken near the statue entitled "Enlightenment Giving Power" sitting on the top of the Hackensack, New Jersey Courthouse.
This photo was take in the late hours of Tuesday October, 7 2014 over Milwaukee.
Did you see the Blood Moon of October 2014?
A glowing red moon during the October 8 2014 lunar eclipse seen above Kathmandu, Nepal.
Blood Moon seen above Quindao, Shandong province of China on October 8 2014.