See a total lunar eclipse on Election Day in Oregon. Find out more here.
Those who are awake in the wee hours of Election Day this year will be treated to a blood red lunar eclipse – if the rain lets up long enough for Oregonians to see it.
The total lunar eclipse on the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 8 will be the last one for nearly three years, according to NASA, as we reach the end of a cycle that saw one to two total lunar eclipses almost every year from 2018 to 2022, most recently in May.
Not all of those lunar eclipses have been visible in…
Tune into the sky late tonight/early tomorrow morning for what could be a spectacular show. Read on to find out more details.
Sky watchers will get a treat next week, with two astronomical events in the forecast for Pacific Northwest skies.
A partial lunar eclipse will take place early Nov. 19, according to NASA forecasts, coming directly on the heels of the Leonid meteor shower, which is expected to peak on the nights of Nov. 16 and 17.
Jim Todd, director of space science education at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, said that means there’s a possibility…