supermoon

Up in the sky, it’s ‘supermoon’
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Sun, Sep 27, 2015 - 8:20pm

by Michael E. Young

It will loom large as it rises in the east Sunday evening and grow more spectacular as it tracks across the southern sky, shifting from bright white to a deep red beneath the Earth’s shadow during the first “supermoon” total eclipse in more than three decades.

And local astronomers stand ready to provide the best view possible of an event that won’t be repeated until 2033.

Members of the Texas Astronomical Society and Brookhaven College will host a watch party Sunday night at the college in Farmers Branch; the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s Noble Planetarium will provide up-...