The Hillwood Herald is the news blog of Hillwood Academic Day School. Written and published by the school’s upper grades (fifth through eighth), this blog tracks student, staff, and family happenings at the school.
Friday, December 9, 2011
If you wake up really early on Saturday morning, you might be able to see the lunar eclipse. The moon is going to be three or four times bigger than it usually is because the moon is going to be closer to earth than it usually is and the eclipse will magnify the moon so it will look like a huge, bloody monster.
It will start at 4.45 a.m. and end in 6.57 a.m.
This happens only twice a year. It happened on June 10, 2011.