January 20th Blood MoonThursday, January 17, 2019 at 7:37 pm

Kimberly PerryThink about and answer - Why can a total lunar eclipse only occur during a full moon?

Don't Miss The Spectacular "Super Blood Moon" Eclipse On January 20

Overnight from Sunday, Jan. 20 into Monday, Jan. 21, stargazers will be treated to what promises to be a spectacular total lunar eclipse. Also being referred to as the “Super Blood Moon” – “super” because the Moon will be at perigee and appear larger than normal, and “blood" because of its reddish-orange color during totality – the eclipse will be seen in its entirety in North and South America, Europe, and western Africa.

First Explorers to Cross AntarticaTuesday, January 8, 2019 at 4:53 am

Kimberly PerryRead the article and answer the question - Use text evidence to tell why this achievement was remarkable.

Colin O'Brady And Louis Rudd Become The First Explorers To Cross Antarctica Unaided

A thrilling polar competition between two adventurers to cross Antarctica solo, unsupported, and unassisted had a happy ending with both explorers achieving the unprecedented feat back-to-back. American professional endurance athlete Colin O’Brady and British Army Captain Louis Rudd set off November 3, 2018, a mile apart, from the Atlantic coast with the aim to become the first person to ski across the remote, inhospitable continent alone.