Monday, April 14, 2014


Just a reminder that there will be a total lunar eclipse early Tuesday morning April 15.  Here's the plan with the times given as Eastern Daylight Time:

The eclipse begins at 2 AM when the curved shadow of the Earth appears on the full Moon
Totality (when the Moon is completely in the shadow of the Earth and it turns an eerie shade) is from 3-4:30 AM
The eclipse ends at 5:30 AM when the full moon returns to normal.

The weather forecast is looking bad for the Cincinnati area but you can watch live with the Star Gazers at:

Or get a feed from the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, California at:

Set your alarms and "Keep Looking Up!"