The Next Lunar Eclipse Will Be Visible From Cleveland And You Won’t Want To Miss Out

Nature is an incredible and moving force. The world around us thrives of its own accord, not even bowing to the power that is mankind. In fact, if anything, mankind is at the mercy of the elements – but that is not always a bad thing. This January will bring the first full moon of 2019, and with that full moon will come a unique natural phenomenon that’ll cast a rusty glow over our moon. Are you ready for an astronomical experience that’ll astonish you?

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The natural world is an incredible thing, and this epic event will doubtlessly go down in history as one of 2019’s most memorable moments. Where will you be viewing this stunning event from?

Fascinated by space? You’ll adore this local park that’s complete with a public observatory.