MOSH Planetarium Tech Tuesday: The Blood Moon By Cole Gordon & Melissa Ross • Apr 15, 2014 Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter / University of Arizona Last night, Mars rose in the east as it passed opposition for 2014, giving lunar observers a rare and ominous treat — the appearance of a "blood moon." Asteroid To Pass Earth Closer Than The Moon This Afternoon By Cyd Hoskinson • Mar 5, 2014 NASA/JPL-Caltech At around 5 p.m. a newly discovered asteroid named DX-110 will hurtle between us and the moon. Tech Tuesday: Virgin Galactic Gets Ready For Commercial Space Flight With SpaceShipTwo By Melissa Ross & Cole Gordon • Feb 11, 2014 Virgin Galactic / YouTube Virgin Galactic recently completed their third powered test flight of SpaceShipTwo, a “space plane” that will give everyday people the opportunity to experience the realms of outer space. The Festive Science Behind The Winter Solstice By Melissa Ross • Dec 10, 2013 Phil Roeder / Flickr From Christmas to "Festivus," what makes this time of year the holiday season? Tech Tuesday: The Science Behind ISON And The Star of Bethlehem By Justin Chandler Porter • Nov 19, 2013 NASA Scientists will likely take a break while Black Friday shopping this year to catch a glimpse of a comet hurtling close to the sun that will be visible to the naked eye. Sci Fi Weekend At The Museum Of Science And History By Cyd Hoskinson • May 6, 2013 Cyd Hoskinson / WJCT The Museum of Science and History (MOSH) was transformed over the weekend into the Museum of Science-and- the-Future as envisioned by the likes of George Lucas, Gene Roddenberry and MOSH Planetarium Director Thomas Webber.