… as long as you’re looking at the gorgeous pictures of the Sun from Boston.com’s Big Picture blog. My favorite:
Here’s one of my first shots of the Lunar Eclipse 2008, taken just after 9pm ET from just outside of Philadelphia: I just posted it on Digg — if you like it, Digg this. And add to del.icio.us. Thanks!
Get out your telescopes, there’s a lunar eclipse tonight. From 10:00pm to 10:52pm ET, the moon will slip into Earth’s shadow. It will actually begin at 8:43ET; about 9:20PM is when you’ll start to see the beautiful penumbral shadow. The eclipse (unlike most solar eclipses) will be viewable by almost everyone in the country at […]