VIDEO – April full moon

Although it wasn’t March’s ‘Supermoon’, April’s full moon was almost as impressive: We took this video from a camera in a fixed position on a tripod – the movement you see is caused by the moon’s orbit and the earth’s rotation: a suitably scientific fact seeing as it’s the Edinburgh International Science Festival! Tweet

PHOTO – Winter solstice lunar eclipse from Edinburgh

For around 20 minutes this morning, the lunar eclipse was clearly visible – then the clouds rolled in (at least from where we were watching) and obscured the view! Anyway, here’s what we managed to capture. …and then the clouds came in. However, we feel privileged to have witnessed it – the first lunar eclipse […]