posted on Apr, 15 2014 @ 12:54 AM
Tonights Blood Moon events will be an amazing sight to see . For those who have cloud cover or just have no way of getting outside tonight, No
Problem. Here are some resources to get a great view of this event.
This first resource is one of the best on the Internet, though not very know it is an amazing resource with many points of view from around the
Live Telescope Feeds from people in there own observatories, with scopes ranging from 8 inches to 40 inches or more.
All with live sound and chat allowing for anyone to directly communicate with the operator of the Telescope. Truly Revolutionary Website
1: *Night Skies Network* (NSN)
No sign up, just “View As a Guest” to get started accessing the many telescopes sure to be active tonight and in the future, when there important
events like tonights eclipse.
2: And Next: Space.com's “Complete Sky Watcher's Guide, Eclipse of 2014”
This an excellent guide to understanding each stage of tonight's Lunar Eclipse. This guide has detailed descriptions of each step in the process of
this event. Very cool info!
3: Another great resource is the Slooh telescope network, located in the Canary Islands, always provide a good view of all the major space events.