Lunar Eclipse – Send KAT Your Photos
If you are a stargazer, you’re in luck! A full lunar eclipse is going to occur tonight at around midnight tonight.
For a few hours on the night of Dec. 20 to Dec. 21, the attention of tens of millions of people will be drawn skyward, where the mottled, coppery globe of our moon will hang completely immersed in the long, tapering cone of shadow cast out into space by our Earth.
If the weather is clear, favorably placed skywatchers will have a view of one of nature’s most beautiful spectacles: a total eclipse of the moon.
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.
Get our your camera and takes some snap shots of it. Then send them to us using the following form. We would love to showcase your photos of the lunar anomaly.
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