Infinite Menus, Copyright 2006, OpenCube Inc. All Rights Reserved.
News Headlines


 

 

A blue moon, a super moon and a lunar eclipse will all fall on the same
night at the end of January in an event that hasn’t happened in over 150
years.
 
These three lunar events separately are not uncommon, but it is rare for
all three to occur at the same time. *The last time that there was a blue
moon, a super moon and a total lunar eclipse at the same time for North
America was on March 31, 1866.*
 
These are the Moons that will be with us on this Tuesday evening. Go to
*AccuWeather* for more information & details on where and when best to see
these Moons. It has been more than 150 years as Brian Lada explains. It's
history we can view this time around...clouds permitting(and we should have
clear skies for viewing)....All on the same evening.....
 
 
 

Hide Comments

LinkedUpRadio Envisionwise Web Services