Thursday, March 01, 2007

Blood Moon

Lunar Eclipse on Saturday, March 3, 2007.

The red glow on the moon will be visible from parts of all seven continents including the eastern half of North America.

Catch this one or wait until 2025...

[The BLOG: Photo credit to Doug Murray of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, during the total lunar eclipse of Oct. 27, 2004. ]


WomanHonorThyself said...

Dont u just loveeeeeeeeeee Mother nature? stunning that will be!

Brooke said...


Watch out for all the vampire wannabes on that night!

nanc said...

red moon at night - sailor's delight!

that's what my husband, the fisherman always says. of course, he thinks if it's raining, snowing, hot, cold, foggy, tornado-like, dark, light are all good times to go fishing.

birdwoman said...

it'll rain here. Always does.


cube said...

woman: Absolutely.

brooke: Not to mention the lycanthropes, too!

nanc: I love fishing too.

bw: Keep your feathers dry ;-)

Raggedy said...

Fantastic! Thank you for letting us know. I hope that we will be able to see it.
Thank you for your two previous posts as well.
Have a fabulous day!

Rain said...

I love your site! =)

We are heading up to the Palomar Moutain Observatory to see the Lunar Eclipse on Saturday!

Hopefully it won't rain!

The Merry Widow said...

We have a 30% chance of showers, so hopefully we will get to see it. When the moon comes up over the ocean it looks HUGE! Should be quite the sight!
Good morning, G*D bless and Maranatha!


cube said...

rain: Ooooh, I'm jealous. That sounds like fun.

tmw: We're all hoping the weather cooperates. I don't want to wait 18 years to see the next one.

David Amulet said...

Hopefully our clouds will clear up!

-- david

Eyes said...

HEY great find! I'm going to post it:>D

cube said...

d.a.: We're hoping for cloud cover clearance ourselves.

eyes: Glad you like it. The more folks know about this, the better.

Jamie Dawn said...

I'll wait until 2025.
Oh, I better not wait. By then, the earth will have been destroyed by Al Gore's enormous carbon footprint. :)

The Merry Widow said...

Total overcast, I think Nanc could see it though!
Good morning, G*D bless and Maranatha!


cube said...

j.d.: lol! Save us from Al Gore.

tmw: Total overcast here too. It was disappointing.