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  • NASA's moon-orbiting robot LADEE crashes down

    NASA's moon-orbiting robot LADEE crashes down

    NASA's robotic moon explorer, LADEE, is no more. Flight controllers confirmed Friday that the orbiting spacecraft crashed into the back side of the moon as planned, just three days after surviving a full lunar eclipse, something it was never designed...

  • Full lunar eclipse delights Americas, first of year

    Full lunar eclipse delights Americas, first of year

    Sky-gazers in North and South America were treated to a full lunar eclipse - at least those fortunate enough to have clear skies.

  • America's best placed to get glimpse of total lunar eclipse

    America's best placed to get glimpse of total lunar eclipse

    The lunar eclipse is first of four consecutive phenomena of this kind this year and next, a series astronomers call a tetrad.

  • 'Blood moon' full lunar eclipse: 10 facts

    'Blood moon' full lunar eclipse: 10 facts

    A total lunar eclipse, the first since December 2011, took place on Tuesday with the Americas best placed to get a glimpse. Here is your 10-point cheat-sheet to this story:

  • Rare blood red lunar eclipse to unfold on Tuesday

    Rare blood red lunar eclipse to unfold on Tuesday

    Night owls and early risers in North America will be able to watch a rare celestial show on Tuesday as Earth's shadow falls across the moon, shifting its color from bright orange to blood red to brown, depending on local weather conditions.

  • Partial lunar eclipse on Thursday night

    Sky gazers can look forward to a partial lunar eclipse that will take place on Thursday and will be first of the three eclipses of 2013, officials said on Wednesday.

  • Partial lunar eclipse to be visible tomorrow night

    Partial lunar eclipse to be visible tomorrow night

    The first of the three lunar eclipses of the year will occur tomorrow, giving astro enthusiasts all over the country an opportunity to witness the celestial event.

  • 2013 brings two lunar eclipses in India

    2013 brings two lunar eclipses in India

    Year 2013 will witness five eclipses, at least two out of which will be visible in India.

  • Sabarimala: Seven-hour queue for darsan

    Thousands of pilgrims underwent severe hardships, waiting in long queues for about seven to eight hours, on the trekking path for the darsan of Lord Ayyappa on Saturday. The pilgrims, majority of them belonging to Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karna...

  • Year's last total lunar eclipse left enthusiasts spellbound

    Year's last total lunar eclipse left enthusiasts spellbound

    The 51 minute-long spectacle of the moon being eclipsed and then turning cerise was visible all over the country, including the national capital. The earth passed between the sun and the moon, casting a ruddy orange glow across the shiny, meteorite-b...

  • Celestial treat for moon-gazers in Australia

    Celestial treat for moon-gazers in Australia

    Asian and African night owls were treated to a lunar eclipse, and ash in the atmosphere from a Chilean volcano turned it blood red for some viewers.The Sydney Observatory said the eclipse began at 3.25 am on Thursday and lasted for over an hour and a half.In Sydney, the eclipse disappeared behind cl...

  • Country witnesses century's longest and darkest lunar eclipse

    Country witnesses century's longest and darkest lunar eclipse

    Moon's bright white glow turned crimson brick red when it delved into the dark centre of the Earth's shadow during the century's longest and darkest lunar eclipse.The awesome spectacle of the moon being eclipsed was visible all over the country, including the national Capital.??? ...

  • Volcano ash could turn Australia eclipse blood red

    Volcano ash could turn Australia eclipse blood red

    Australian night owls will be treated to a lunar eclipse, and ash in the atmosphere from a Chilean volcano could turn it blood red.The Sydney Observatory says the eclipse will begin at 3.25 am Thursday (1.25 pm EDT, 5.25 pm GMT on Wednesday) and last until after 5 am.Scientists say the specific phen...

  • Longest and darkest total lunar eclipse of century today

    Longest and darkest total lunar eclipse of century today

    The longest and darkest total lunar eclipse of the century will occur today, giving sky enthusiasts all over the country an opportunity to witness the event.An unusually long lunar eclipse with the Moon immersed deeply inside the umbral (darker) shadow of the Earth will occur on Wednesday, Nehru Pla...

  • Longest and darkest total lunar eclipse of century today

    Longest and darkest total lunar eclipse of century today

    The longest and darkest total lunar eclipse of the century will occur today, giving sky enthusiasts all over the country an opportunity to witness the event.An unusually long lunar eclipse with the Moon immersed deeply inside the umbral (darker) shadow of the Earth will occur tomorrow, Nehru Planeta...

  • Partial solar eclipse today

    Partial solar eclipse today

    A triple eclipse treat is in store for sky gazers with two partial solar and one total lunar eclipse expected to be seen in a month's time, starting today.The first of the three, a partial solar eclipse, will be seen today. This eclipse, however, will not be visible from India.It will be visible fro...

  • Partial solar eclipse visible in parts of India today

    Partial solar eclipse visible in parts of India today

    The New Year begins with a partial solar eclipse that can be seen today from the northern part of the country besides from Europe, the Arabian peninsula, North Africa and Western Asia.?????? ?The partial solar eclipse will begin at 12:10:11 IST and end at 16:30:54 ...

  • Four solar, two lunar eclipses in 2011

    Four solar, two lunar eclipses in 2011

    Four solar and two total moon eclipses will be observed in different parts of the world, including in India, in 2011.The first solar eclipse will take place Jan 4. It will begin at 06:40 GMT and will be visible from Europe, the Middle East and Northern Africa.At maximum eclipse in northern Europe, t...

  • Watching the lunar eclipse

    Watching the lunar eclipse

    Monday night and into the morning, the earth will prevent the sun's rays from reaching the moon, in what is known as a lunar eclipse. But one like this will not happen again until 2094.For the first time in 372 years, a lunar eclipse also coincides with the winter solstice, the time at which the sun...

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