A supersized lunar eclipse

I’ll be posting tomorrow about the astrological effects of the upcoming Gemini eclipse, but meanwhile please enjoy this story from NASA about the supersized “Moon Illusion.”  (Thanks to Astrococktail for the link.) During the eclipse, most of the light from the Moon will pass through atmospheric effects that will create a red effect around the Moon as it hangs low in the sky.  This will create a magical atmosphere and fits in nicely with the fact that Uranus changes direction that day, turning direct and creating surprising events to promote change and evolution. http://youtu.be/SKtNgD45OB4

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By | 2011-12-07T07:20:09+00:00 December 7th, 2011|Astronomy|0 Comments