Now might be a good time to invest in a telescope because come Friday you’re going to want one.
On February 10th, we are not going to be treated to not just one celestial event on the same day but three.
The lunar eclipse will take place in the early hours of Saturday morning
A lunar eclipse, snow moon and New Year comet should all be visible this Friday night into Saturday morning.
But unless you’re clued up on your astronomical happenings, it’s unlikely you’ll be familiar with them all, so here is a brief guide on how to spot them.
The rare penumbral lunar eclipse occurs when the sun, earth and moon almost align behind one another.
The earth blocks the sun’s light from reaching the surface of the moon
It will first be visible at 10.30pm on February 10 as a subtle shadow and will be…
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