Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Lunar eclipse 3/3/2007

Lunar eclipses are not as spectacular as total solar eclipses but the events are still interesting to observe. Lunar eclipse will take place on March 3, 2007. Moon becomes red, orange, brownish depending upon the refraction of the light rays in the atmosphere (volcanic dust etc).
This one however won't be viewed in its entirety though throughout the world. Some countries you only see part of the events as in Kansas.
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Dr. Eric Flescher (kcstarguy@aol.com), Olathe, KS: E.O.A.S. (Earth, Oceans, Atmosphere and Space) Blog -<http://eoas-dreric1kansas.blogspot.com/

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