Summary A blood moon is expected on April 14-15 -- the first of four over the next 18 months. Some people have pointed out that each time these moons appear, something happens relating to a Biblical prophecy of sorts. More on the blood moon and the fear of "impending doom" in the video above.
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Summary It will be the first visible occurrence since December of 2011. . The event will begin at 12:20 AM (CT) on April 15th and will last for just under an hour and a half. .
Summary A lunar eclipse occurs when the sun, Earth and moon line up so the Earth's shadow falls on the moon, darkening it. The moon exhibits a deep orange glow as the Earth casts its shadow in a total lunar eclipse as seen in Manila, Philippines, before dawn Thursday June 16, 2011.
Summary Mars, Earth, and the Sun will align on April 8, something that happens once every 778 days. News , this occurrence is called " opposition " and is a very rare site to see. "Think of Earth and Mars as two cars racing on circular tracks. Because Earth is closer to the sun, it travels faster, completing a circuit in 365 days. Mars is farther from the sun and takes longer, 687 days. By the time Mars has completed one circuit, Earth has a lot of catching up to do to get to a point between the Red Planet and the sun," reports Yahoo!
Summary "It is the same effect that you see when the sun turns reddish-orange at sunset, only in this case the refracted sunlight projects all the way to the moon," astronomer Gerald McKeegan told Circa. It will be just 57 million miles away that day. On April 8, the planets will be at opposition.
Summary The coming red moon, which you may have heard called a "blood moon," is a perfectly natural occurrence. Every time the moon passes completely into the shadow of the Earth, it turns a reddish color -- sometimes a bright copper, other times the dark reddish brown of dried blood. The red color occurs because even when the Earth has moved directly between the moon and the sun, the scattered light from all the sunsets and sunrises on the rim of our globe still make it to the moon's surface.