Saturday, September 26, 2015

Lunar Update: Super Blood Moon Sunday Night!

Doc  here, a man who some say once helped develop a freeze-dried meatball recipe for use by the Apollo 8 astronauts, but was eventually replaced by Tang, with a rare lunar update for you, the good readers of The Journal.

Tomorrow evening (Sunday) around 10pm ET, the Super Blood Moon event occurs and a spectacle like the one to your left will greet your eyeballs.

The ancients called this event "Luna Sanguinem Lizardus" , or "The Blood Moon of Lizardo" , due to a little noticed crater formation.  True story.

So tomorrow night, when you are walking into (or out of) an adult theater, and you look up, The Good Doctor will be looking down upon you for this one night.