ICYMI: Lunar eclipse

University Communications photographer Douglas Levere set his alarm clock for “very early” and captured the lunar eclipse at its peak on Tuesday morning. This eclipse was known as a "beaver blood moon eclipse" because it occurred during the November full moon — known as the beaver moon — and because of the reddish glow on the lunar surface. This is the last lunar eclipse for a while — the next total lunar eclipse will not occur until March 14, 2025.

Published November 8, 2022