Full Red Moon Tonight!

Dec 15, 2008
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What time is good to go out and see it?
Nah this was last night Friday the 13th but no one responded. I saw online it would happen after midnight. I looked at the moon through my window last night and it was all white still. I don't have the knowledge of the moon and turning blood red etc. Maybe you have to live in certain areas to better see it being different colors. I don't know lol. Or maybe it just didn't happen here until later after midnight. I did hear small planes though like those small pilot planes in the air last night perhaps wanting to video the moon etc. Who knows.
 
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No, just not the blood red moon. Any other strange happenings like comets or meteor showers. I like all of it. :)
Oh awesome. I've heard of meteor showers happening often. I don't know though. I wouldn't have even known about the blood red moon if it wasn't for the internet telling me or a friend, I forget.

Since you like stuff to do with the moon, want to join me on my trip to the moon at some point? :)
 

silvermoon

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Are you in HS or college? I don't remember if you ever said this. But of my gosh it would be awesome to do this in the next few years. How would I plan it myself? I have no darn clue. :p
I'm in college. I was told that you need to go through NASA training to get into space. That can take years. We better start now.
 

Kadelic

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Will anyone be staying up to see it? I read online the next time the moon will be red won't be until 2098.
That is incorrect. There will be 3 more opportunities to see a red Moon in the next 18 months alone.

http://abcnews.go.com/International/blood-moon-2nd-chance-october/story?id=23330743

The next Full Moon that occurs on Friday the 13th won't be until 2049. Maybe that's what you read?

http://www.vox.com/2014/6/12/580119...e-13th-and-a-full-moon-that-wont-happen-again

That too. There are several names for it.
No, actually, the Honey Moon is something totally different from a red Moon. Did you happen to glance at the article?
 
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