Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Blood Moon

Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse 2014: What It Is And When To See It

Officially, the total eclipse will start at 6:25 a.m. ET (5:25 a.m. CT, 4:25 a.m. MT and 3:25 a.m. PT) and continue until 7:24 a.m. ET (4:24 a.m. PT).

So set those alarms, get out of bed, run outside and look up.


Sandee said...

I'm not getting up at that ungodly hour to do anything other than use the facilities and then it's back to bed. I'm just saying.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

jan said...

Can't it be scheduled at a more convenient time? :-(

Poetryman said...

Just in time to watch the moon die. Blood moon bled out. Eclipse reached totality. Here, north of Dallas, the moon is gone. Blown out like a candle.

sue hanes said...

Cube - I didn't see the whole thing but I did see some of it and the color of the moon was awesome.

cube said...

Sandee: My husband gets up at 5 am most days so that means lots of noise that makes it hard to sleep past that point.

I didn't mind at all this morning because of the blood moon :-)

cube said...

Jan: Like I told Sandee, I'm usually up by default around 5 am because once my husband is up, it's hard to sleep with him klunking around the house.

I've been out at 2 or 3 am, in very cold weather, to catch meteor showers so I thought 6:25 am was very convenient.

It's all relative, I guess.