Super Flower Blood Moon: Is it the 1st of 4 supermoons?

Retired NASA eclipse scientist Fred Espenak has been watching the night sky since he was eight and plans to look again at the upcoming lunar eclipse on Sunday (May 15).

After staring at the sky for about six decades, the Arizona native said he still enjoys watching the shadow shift as the moon turns red during a total lunar eclipse and goes completely into Earth’s deep shadow. Read our full guide to the Super Flower Blood Moon lunar eclipse to get ready for the epic lunar event.

Webcasts: How to Watch Super Flower Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse Online

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.