Feed from SLOOH / Canary Island Observatory and Prescott, AZ Observatory
(video H/T from BB)
When a set of four like events happens unusually closely together, it is called a tetrad. Thus, the phrase “blood moon tetrad” has been used over the past seven years in writings of several scientific and religious thinkers.
Last night a significant and spectacular event took place as the Moon became eclipsed. Slooh offered coverage of the entire event, along with some incredible experts who helped to explain what as happening and why.
Experts include bestselling author Timothy Ferris, author of “Seeing in the Dark”, and Professor Emeritus of Astronomy at UC Berkeley, and documentary filmmaker Duncan Copp, producer of the award winning film, “In the Shadow of the Moon”.
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