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January 24, 2019

Posted in eclipse, Lunar, North America

Explainer: Anatomy of Sunday night's super wolf blood moon

On Sunday, Jan. 20, North America witnessed a rare lunar eclipse caused by the alignment of three factors: it is the year’s first full moon (wolf moon), the moon is at its closest distance to the earth (super moon), and a total lunar eclipse (blood moon).

Combined, this will make the moon appear larger, brighter and ‘blood’-red in the sky.

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September 07, 2017

Posted in eclipse, solar

The Most Awe-Inspiring Photos Of The 2017 Solar Eclipse In Canada

A total solar eclipse happens about once every 18 months.

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September 05, 2017

Posted in eclipse, glasses, solar

You Can Actually Do Something Good With Those Eclipse Glasses

Congratulations to those of you who used proper solar eclipse glasses and witnessed the phenomenon without permanently damaging your vision. Good job! But now you’re probably wondering what to do with those flimsy pieces of cardboard and black polymer that were basically priceless just hours ago.

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