Lunar Eclipse

By: Paul Gessler Email
By: Paul Gessler Email

It's a night marked by an age old curse being shattered. The night the Great Bambino turned in his grave. Some might say the stars aligned.

Red Sox fans have longed to hear it: “The Boston Red Sox are World Champions!”

For many sports fans, it's a night that can not be eclipsed.

That night in October 2004 was unforgettable for Astro fans, too.

For the first time since that World Series, the world blocked the moon from the sun, giving millions the chance to see a lunar eclipse.

But clouds covered the eclipse from the astrologers trying to find it on the horizon.

And for the star gazers, seeing truly is believing.

While the group didn't see the heart of the eclipse, it wasn't all a lost cause.

It’s proof and an astrological link that sometimes the best things in life are worth waiting for.

The next lunar eclipse is due to come around in August.


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