Summary Safe to watch with the naked eye, the lunar eclipse should cast a bright orange or red tint across the moon. The lunar eclipse on Tuesday will be the first of four eclipses expected within the next year: two lunar and two solar.
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Summary This undated illustration made available by NASA shows the Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) orbiting the moon. The moon will be rising in the western Pacific, and so only the last half of the eclipse will be visible there.
Summary LADEE will eventually be dropped to as low as a mile or two above the lunar surface to make its final scientific observations before a maneuver sets up the spacecraft's controlled impact on or before April 21, NASA said last week .
Summary Two weeks before LADEE's mission expires and ground controllers set an impact trajectory for the dark side of the moon (planned for April 21), NASA scientists sent LADEE to debunk the crystal smog-like glow. "The moon's gravity field is so lumpy and the terrain is so highly variable with crater ridges and valleys that frequent maneuvers are required or the LADEE spacecraft will impact the moon's surface," LADEE project manager Butler Hine told NASA .
Summary Coakley is down nine points against her Republican opponent. "Trickle-down economics" was a buzz phrase that the left used to attack the free market policies of President Ronald Reagan which many credit for ending the period of stagflation that had prevailed in the 1970s and ushering in a period of unprecedented prosperity.
Summary Aasim Rashid, spokesman for the British Columbia Muslim Association, said Michael Zehaf-Bibeau visited the Masjid Al-Salaam mosque for three to four months toward the end of 2011, and possibly early 2012, before he was told not to come back.
Summary And it's not just the word embellishing the purse on her arm that gives it away, the full house at opening night of Arena Stage's 'Our War' confirms it. Justice Ginsburg is the first in a series of "notable Washingtonians" to take the stage as part of the National Civil War Project event.
Summary It was the second week in a row that Obama used his address to speak directly to Americans about the response to Ebola, which has turned into a political issue in the days leading up to Nov. 4 congressional elections.