23. Female. Likes hiking, yoga, sailing, rock climbing, photography. Craves adventure. Just finished a week-long trip backpacking in the Smoky Mountains. Hopefully sailing to the Dry Tortugas in the Summer. White water rafting in the Fall? Wants to travel everywhere and see everything.
The first total lunar eclipse in more than two years will grace the skies next Monday, and it’s all the more rare because it will be visible above the entire Western Hemisphere.
During the overnight hours of April 14-15, skygazers there will have a front-row seat as the full moon is painted red, creating what many call a “blood moon,” as Earth’s shadow creeps across the lunar disk.