A Blood-Red Moon
Last year in Sydney, there was a lunar eclipse.
A lunar eclipse is when the earth’s shadow covers the moon (lunar, means moon). It makes the moon look blood-red!
Click on the link below to read the newspaper article and see a picture.
The article’s title is: ‘Never mind a blue moon, it’s been eclipsed’.
This title comes from the saying: ‘Once in a blue moon’. It means ‘rarely’.
Q: Do you like to watch movies?
A: Yeah, once in a blue moon (Yeah, but rarely.)
Question: Have you seen a lunar eclipse?
What do you like to do once in a blue moon?
Let me know in the comments!