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This is great information. I love the mixing of science and astronomy. I believe that is what made the prophets of old, including Jesus sort of a "heads up on the rest of us". What is sad, is that I am several digits over 60, and I am just now learning about observed, tested science and it still leads me back to the same conclusion. That there is a Source or God or Higher Being, whatever label, and the creation is wonderful and humans are special among it all.
I look forward to this astronomical event and am sure it will be beautiful. Anything after that, is up to the humans who were given stewardship over an amazing planet.
I think the reference to christians is for the blood moon in revelations....Revelation 6:12
"I watched as he opened the sixth seal. There was a great earthquake. The sun turned black like sackcloth made of goat hair, the whole moon turned blood red,"
NASA, the online Slooh community telescope and the Virtual Telescope Project in Italy will provide live views of close Earth approach of Mars late Monday (April 14), then follow it up early Tuesday with live views of the total lunar eclipse of April 15