L is for Lunar Eclipse--
Now, this is one phenomenon I have had the pleasure of observing. Most recently, my kids and I enjoyed one from the middle of the road in our neighborhood. Yep, that's where we had to go to get a clear, non-tree obstructed view of the eclipse. It was a bit chilly outside so we would look, run in for another half hour and then come back out. The eclipse took a LONG time, about 4 hours. We caught stages of most of it before calling it good. It was kind of funny with all seven of us standing in the street. I'm sure our neighbors thought we were crazy when they came out to walk their dog and found us in front of their house. :)
Here's a time lapse of the eclipse last April--Not the superman sadly. :)
What is a Total Eclipse? This site has lots of great information. Just scroll and learn all kinds of neat things!
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