moon

On September 27, 2015, skywatchers enjoyed a total lunar eclipse at “Supermoon”, when the Moon makes its closest approach to Earth and appears largest in the sky, and we’re giving members a chance to relive the fun and excitement with a look back at the event.This Total Lunar Eclipse was very rare, happening not only on the night of the Supermoon, but also on the night of the Harvest Moon. It was also the fourth and last eclipse of a tetrad, a series of four consecutive total lunar eclipses over two years, a sign some religious people believe is a harbinger of the end times.

During the September 27th show, Slooh was able to watch this night sky event from four countries on three continents, and had commentary ranging from the science of eclipses to the cultural significance of the moon and art and poetry inspired by our nighttime watchman.

Where to Watch

  • Live Stadium