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  From The

Old Farmer’s Almanac

The night of April 14 and 15 offers one of the most spectacular sky gazings of

this year—a midnight eclipse of the Pink Moon.

The Moon enters the darkest portion of the Earth’s shadow, the umbra, at 1:58

A.M. EDT (on the 15th) and 10:58 P.M. PDT (on the 14th). Totality begins at 3:05

A.M. EDT (on the 15th) and just after midnight on the West Coast. The total part

of the eclipse lasts over an hour.

What do different lunar terms mean? See our new Moon glossary of lunar definitions.

April starts an exciting series of four consecutive lunar eclipses that will be

visible across North America. This “tetrad” of eclipses will occur about 6

months apart; the next is October 8. Visit our Eclipses page for more information.

With next week’s lunar eclipse, the Moon will turn a reddish-orange color.

Why will the Moon’s color change? How does an eclipse work? What’s a good

strategy for viewing this eclipse? Read the April Sky Watch here—and find a free

printable Sky Map.

Mark the night of April 14 for this wonderful event!

  The Old Farmer’s Almanac

I hope everyone had a good weekend.

Our weather here in Ohio was beautiful.

Had to put up with some wind, but I'll
take it! Join me again tomorrow for some

more inspiration ....

And now till another time, be safe in

all you do. Be aware of everything and

everyone around you at all times. A

very good habit .... take care!


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