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Many eyes (and camera lenses) turned skyward Jan. 20-21 to witness the lunar eclipse, which occurs when the entire moon enters Earth’s shadow. According to NASA, “Earth’s atmosphere is responsible for the moon’s color change during the eclipse. As sunlight passes through it, the small molecules that make up our atmosphere scatter blue light. This leaves behind mostly red light that bends, or Copyright - Scott M. Nagy Many eyes (and camera lenses) turned skyward Jan. 20-21 to witness the lunar eclipse, which occurs when the entire moon enters Earth’s shadow. According to NASA, “Earth’s atmosphere is responsible for the moon’s color change during the eclipse. As sunlight passes through it, the small molecules that make up our atmosphere scatter blue light. This leaves behind mostly red light that bends, or Copyright - Scott M. Nagy
PRESS PHOTOS BY SCOTT M. NAGYThe lunar eclipse started 11:41 p.m. Jan. 20, with the moment of greatest eclipse occurring 12:12 a.m. EST Jan. 21, according to NASA. The total eclipse ended 12:43 a.m. EST Jan. 21. Copyright - Scott M. Nagy PRESS PHOTOS BY SCOTT M. NAGYThe lunar eclipse started 11:41 p.m. Jan. 20, with the moment of greatest eclipse occurring 12:12 a.m. EST Jan. 21, according to NASA. The total eclipse ended 12:43 a.m. EST Jan. 21. Copyright - Scott M. Nagy

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Tuesday, January 29, 2019 by The Press in Local News