Nov 08, 2022
By Andy Johnson
If you had your eyes focused on the western skies early this morning you got to witness the last total lunar eclipse until March of 2025.
Early this morning, the moon was blocked from the sun’s rays as the earth passed in between. The result was a so-called full blood moon.
The eclipse was visible throughout North America in the predawn hours. Asia, Australia and the rest of the Pacific can catch it after sunset.
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