Lunar Eclipse April 15, 2014 12:00 am- 2:20 am. Video shot at Pearland Texas (Houston Texas)
It’s the first in a series of four consecutive total lunar eclipses
Lunar eclipses are always interesting, though the “blood moon” is a much rarer event. Instead of a total eclipse, the moon is bathed in a red-orange hue of refracted light coming from around Earth.
The excitement this time is that the four consecutive and complete lunar eclipses — or the tetrad — occur at approximately six-month intervals and will all be visible over the U.S. this year and next. This video is the first of the four eclipses. Enjoy and please subscribe.
Music: Clair-De-Lune By Claude Debussy
2014 Lunar Moon Eclipse
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