Total Lunar Eclipse Tonight
Last week Mother Nature gave us a spectacular night time show of meteors and falling stars tomorrow night it's another celestial showcase. Dave Baker and Rob Perrillo are giving us a clear sky forecast which should make for some great viewing.
Unlike a total eclipse of the sun, which is only visible to those in the path of totality, eclipses of the moon can usually be observed from one's own backyard. The passage of the moon through the Earth's shadow is equally visible from all places within the hemisphere where the moon is above the horizon.
If you would like to know when and where to look in the night time sky click the link below and don't forget your coat, it's probably going to be chilly.