The last lunar eclipse of 2011 as seen from the San Gabriel Valley east of Los Angeles on Dec 10, 2011.

Earth Has Just One Moon, Right? Think Again

The last lunar eclipse of 2011 as seen from the San Gabriel Valley east of Los Angeles on Dec 10, 2011.

The only photo of last night's blood moon you need to see — guess how it was taken!

This Incredible Blood Moon Eclipse Photo Was Taken With an iPhone

The only photo of last night's blood moon you need to see — guess how it was taken!

the blood moon for the 14th of 2014!! Did u see it last night?!? 3 more blood moons until Christ's return!

The Coming BLOOD MOONS 2014-2015

the blood moon for the 14th of 2014!! Did u see it last night?!? 3 more blood moons until Christ's return!

red bamboo coral tree of life with hummingbird accent. has been charged under the light of the last lunar eclipse.

red bamboo coral tree of life with hummingbird accent. has been charged under the light of the last lunar eclipse.

Neat graphic for lunar eclipse to be on 8 Oct 2014 Provided by Business Insider to msn

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Neat graphic for lunar eclipse to be on 8 Oct 2014 Provided by Business Insider to msn

Lunar Eclipse Oct 8th starting 6:25 AM EDT, so 3:25 AM PDT.  In the United States,  it's best seen on the West Coast.

WATCH: It's Time For A 'Blood Moon'

Lunar Eclipse Oct 8th starting 6:25 AM EDT, so 3:25 AM PDT. In the United States, it's best seen on the West Coast.

Discusses how the phases of the moon were used to tell time. Video asks the questions what causes the moon to have phases and why is its cycle consistant. The video explains what phases are, what causes the different portions to glow, and the four main phases (new, first quarter, full, and last quarter), how long each quarter lasts. It also explains crescent, waxing, gibbous, and waning. Video also goes into lunar eclipse and why they don't happen all the time.

Discusses how the phases of the moon were used to tell time. Video asks the questions what causes the moon to have phases and why is its cycle consistant. The video explains what phases are, what causes the different portions to glow, and the four main phases (new, first quarter, full, and last quarter), how long each quarter lasts. It also explains crescent, waxing, gibbous, and waning. Video also goes into lunar eclipse and why they don't happen all the time.

Last Lunar Eclipse Until 2007 Reveals "Blood Moon"

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