Let’s look at the night sky! 🌕🔭 Today, July 27, is definitely the day to stay up late. The Blood Moon is the longest total lunar eclipse of the whole 21st century and can be observed between around 21:30 and 23:15 CEST. Thanks to the earth covering the moon from the sun light, the moon is shimmering in a coppery red. And on top of that, Mars, the Red Planet, is very close to the earth and its red shimmer is visible throughout the whole night. So, take out your binoculars and telescopes – we have an astronomical highlight to celebrate!