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The “Blood Eclipse" as seen from my backyard! April 15, 2014.

oxeanvibes:

The “Blood Eclipse" as seen from my backyard! 
April 15, 2014.

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what a time to be alive

need it

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Everything you need to know about checking the four upcoming lunar eclipses here. 

Just in case some of you guys were curious what the different types of Lunar eclipses were, here’s a neat little gif-tastic diagram of the three types. Also handy is a calendar for the next ones, although the majority of America won’t be able to see a full total eclipse again until 2017.

The first of four eclipses in a series, the Lunar Saros 122. A saros is a fancy way of determining patters in relation to time relating to Earth-Moon solar geometry, so I present to you a Wikipedia article on the topic. For this eclipse cycle, though, their are no intervening partial eclipses of the Moon.

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geekymerch:

These awesome science and math inspired cutting boards can be found at Elysium Woodworks!

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My Brain hurts.

unicorns-rainbows-acid:

My Brain hurts.

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