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All eyes were on a seasonably clear night sky over South Texas on Sunday night, May 15, for a long look at a full moon eclipse, which began around 9:30 p.m., when the Earth’s shadow passed across the moon, and continued through midnight. The May event is known as the Flower Moon; when the moon enters an Earth shadow and turns a copper color before and after being eclipsed, it is known as a Blood Moon. Sunday’s event was the first total lunar eclipse in a year.
(CURRENT Photo: Manuel Azocar III)