Jan 30: Dr. Rick Wallace – Tomorrow’s Early Morning Total Lunar Eclipse

Dr. Rick Wallace, LANL astrophysicist (with a concentration in numerical calculations of stellar explosions–Novae, Supernovae, X-Ray Bursts–and nuclear fusion), will tell us about tomorrow’s early morning total lunar eclipse, also known as a blood moon. (“Only the light reflected off Earth will be visible on its surface, producing a ruddy red-brown color on the moon’s surface during totality.”) And, since it’s the second full moon of the month–the 1st was the first–it’s also a blue moon. Since it’s so close to Earth, it’s a supermoon, too!

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