Early tomorrow morning, the moon will pass behind the center of Earth’s shadow and turn a rusty red color. Most people probably won’t be able to see this total lunar eclipse, because it will occur mainly over the Pacific Ocean. But don’t worry. You can watch a live broadcast by the Slooh Community Observatory from multiple locations in Australia and North America (above), or NASA’s broadcast of the event (below).
Ten years ago this week the Ninth Doctor morphed into the Tenth meaning regenerations were back with a (literal) bang! We’re celebrating a decade of changing and rearranging with the first ever Regeneration Awards… Drumroll, please!