While you were getting up this morning, a total lunar eclipse was taking place in Michiana’s western sky.  

Also called a “blood moon,” because of the red hue that emerges, the total lunar eclipse occurs when the earth is positioned between the sun and the moon.  The earth’s shadow then eclipses the full moon.


PNN will bring you an interview with PHM Planetarium director, Art Klinger or more details on the event.


By Kevin McNulty

Kevin McNulty teaches English and Mass Media Studies at Penn High School. He advises the Penn News Network and manages the PNN Studio and news room. For more information, navigate your browser to www.massmediastudies.net.