Composite image of a lunar eclipse
Tonight, a total lunar eclipse will be visible around many parts of the globe, but not in North America. (We’re disappointed too, but we can get through this together.) For an eclipse to qualify as ‘total’ the moon must pass through the middle of the Earth’s shadow, casting a reddish pall over the entire visible surface of the moon. Since nightfall will happen too late in the US to see tonight’s eclipse, we’re sharing this composite photo that shows the total lunar eclipse that occurred on Jan 31, 2018.
Diving off the Turquoise Coast
Scuba diving in Kaş, Turkey