Last night we've witnessed an amazing phenomenon in El Paso - lunar eclipse. The unique thing about this eclipse is that it took place on winter solstice – the longest winter night. There hasn't been one like that in more than 350 years. If you want to see such spectacles in the future, the best thing to do is get out in the desert and use binoculars.
If you did not stay awake to enjoy lunar eclipse this time, watch our video to see what you missed. =)