Americans had more to tremble about than just “tax day” this April 15.
The “Blood Moon” made an appearance along with a total lunar eclipse which peaked around 2:45 a.m. Johnson Space Center photographer Lauren Harnett took this multi-frame composite image of the so-called "Blood Moon" lunar eclipse in the early hours of April 15.
What makes the eclipsed moon turn red? The answer lies inside Earth’s shadow.
Our planet casts a long shadow. It starts on the ground—step outside at night. You're in ... read more