Meteors, blood moon, Mercury’s crossing coming to Southwest’s sky

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Meteors, blood moon, Mercury’s crossing coming to Southwest’s sky

The new year’s rarest event features Mercury
Mercury will cross between the sun and Earth on Nov. 11. Viewers will need protective solar filters or glasses like those used during last year’s Great American Eclipse.
The Quadrantids meteor shower begins late Thursday and runs through dawn Friday. The southwestern and central U.S. offer the best views.
In this file photo, a blood moon rises above the north Animas Valley in September 2015. A super blood moon will be visible throughout North America the night of Jan. 20 and early morning of Jan. 21.

Meteors, blood moon, Mercury’s crossing coming to Southwest’s sky

Mercury will cross between the sun and Earth on Nov. 11. Viewers will need protective solar filters or glasses like those used during last year’s Great American Eclipse.
The Quadrantids meteor shower begins late Thursday and runs through dawn Friday. The southwestern and central U.S. offer the best views.
In this file photo, a blood moon rises above the north Animas Valley in September 2015. A super blood moon will be visible throughout North America the night of Jan. 20 and early morning of Jan. 21.
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