I wish I was a night owl, especially Monday night. Why? I’m glad you asked.
Colorado will get to see a lunar eclipse during the early morning hours Tuesday, according to a Denver Post weather blog. The eclipse will begin just before midnight, but the real good stuff doesn’t happen until 1:07. This is when the lunar eclipse will at its best, to 2:25 a.m.
A lunar eclipse happens when the sun, Earth and moon line up and the Earth’s shadow falls on the moon. I’m tempted to set my alarm to see if I can catch the eclipse. Will you? Take a photo and send it my way.
To read more about the pending lunar eclipse, click here.