May brings a super blood moon eclipse
Today’s Video of the Day from NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory reveals what skywatchers can expect in May 2021, including a super blood Moon eclipse.
Beginning on May 14th, Mercury, Venus, and Mars will all be visible about half an hour after sunset.
On the 26th, the Moon will pass through Earth’s shadow over several hours during a total lunar eclipse.
Video Credit: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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