For the first time, researchers have been able to capture, on video, a meteorite crashing into the Moon.
Super blood wolf moon lunar eclipse 2019: Europe, West Africa to get good view; when and where to watch
An unusual set of celestial circumstances comes together Sunday for skywatchers in Europe, Africa and the Americas, where a total lunar eclipse may be glimpsed, offering a view of a large, red moon.
The eclipse won't be visible from India, but here's how to watch it start to finish right off the couch.
The eclipse is not directly visible to us in India, but here's how to watch it start to finish right off the couch.
Neither of them will be fully visible from India, but there's no reason to miss out on the fun, eh?
In India, the entire eclipse will be visible in their entirety from all parts of the country.
The longest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century would occur on 27 July, with the celestial spectacle visible in its entirety from all parts of India.
The minimum distance between Mars and Earth will shrink to about 57.58 million km on 31 July.
The appearance of the Moon during a total lunar eclipse can vary from one eclipse to the next.
Lunar eclipses occur only on a Poornima day when Sun and Moon are on the opposite sides of Earth.
Super Blue Blood Moon 2018: This will be a rare trifecta of the Blue Moon, Supermoon and a lunar eclipse
The last time a complete lunar cover-up took place on the second full Moon of the month was 30 December 1982, at least as reckoned by local time in Europe, Africa, and western Asia
The Lunar Eclipse of 31 January: Here's everything from science to superstition about the rare celestial event
In this lunar eclipse, the Full Moon will first enter the penumbral shadow and will appear a bit dimmer, a stage which is easy to miss.
Just as we're speedily closing on 2011, there's one event the world will be watching out for with bated breath.