If the weather wasn’t cooperating where you were and you didn’t see the rare supermoon eclipse tonight, don’t worry. You can watch a replay of a live stream above from NASA abobe.
The live feed offered “views of the eclipse from not only the Griffith Observatory, but the Adler Planetarium in Chicago, Fernbank Observatory in Atlanta and other locations across the United States. The live feed is an alternative for those experiencing less-than-optimal weather or light-polluted night skies.”
Video of the eclipse begins at about the 1:18 point of the above video, which also features commentary from NASA scientists.
Sarah Noble, a program scientist at NASA, told the New York Times, “You’re basically seeing all of the sunrises and sunsets across the world, all at once, being reflected off the surface of the moon.”
A replay of the stream from Sky and Telescope can be watched below:
Here are a couple other stream replays you can also watch:
According to NASA, the supermoon eclipse began at about 9 p.m. Sunday night in the Eastern time zone.
“Earth’s shadow will begin to dim the supermoon slightly beginning at 8:11 p.m. EDT. A noticeable shadow will begin to fall on the moon at 9:07 p.m., and the total eclipse will start at 10:11 p.m,” NASA says.
You can see photos of the super moon eclipse at the link below:
See the best videos of the eclipse below:
To find out when the next solar and lunar eclipses are, click below:
Read more about the super blood moon in Spanish at AhoraMismo.com: