In spots with clear skies, North Texans were able to wake up early Wednesday morning and see a cool lunar eclipse that appeared to turn the moon a reddish color.
Dozens of people gathered at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas early Tuesday morning to see the first of a series of eclipses so rare it usually happens only once every several hundred years.
The moon turned a deep shade of red during a rare lunar eclipse early Tuesday morning. And one DFW man used the event as a chance to finally pop the question.
If the skies clear early Tuesday morning, North Texas will get to see a spectacular sight. A special lunar eclipse is expected to been visible over most of North America.
Most Dallas, Fort Worth residents should be able to see the moon pass through the Earth’s shadow early Tuesday morning.