Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse
Opal and Agathe sat on the fence and gazed at the sky last night….
“Super” because the moon is the closest to the earth in it’s orbit that it can be;
“blood” because although the full spectrum of sunlight is blocked, some of the red sun light bends through the Earth’s atmosphere and reaches the surface of the moon;
and “Wolf” because it is the first full moon in January…
The cat girls heard lots of people, dogs, and maybe a wolf howling at the moon at totality, but being Cats, they did not join in.
Thanks to our favourite photographer for the picture of the nearly eclipsed moon.