After 135 shuttle missions, today’s lunch ends an era. I really hope that we figure out how to continue the exploration of space and in era of budget cuts, bloated government, corporate/political greed; imagination, creativity and the thirst for knowledge doesn’t get lost.
Of course here’s the best place to got for eclipse information: NASA – Home.
Quick thanks to my Uncle Martin…I’ve pulled the telescope you gave us out and will have it all set for the eclipse tonight. Here’s what we’ll see.
North Americans should have the best seats in the house for the event, which reaches its climax at 2:41 a.m. ET Tuesday when Earth’s shadow covers every bit of the moon’s disk. For more than an hour, the moon should glow sunset-red, thanks to the light refracted by the edge of Earth’s atmosphere.
It’s showtime for the total lunar eclipse – Technology & science – Space – msnbc.com.