Super Harvest Blood Moon

Once every twenty or so years, three lunar events converge to form what is now being coined the “Super Harvest Blood Moon.” As the Super Harvest Blood Moon rose high into the sky, the UTA Planetarium hosted an observation night for this rare occurrence. The event focused around the moon itself, offering information sessions, lectures, and interactive demonstrations courtesy of the National Space Society of North Texas. With telescopes on the third floor observation deck and free shows inside the planetarium theater before and after the eclipse, the Blood Moon brought many happy guests to the University of Texas at Arlington.

-Landon Hearne

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