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Astronomy buffs will be over the moon about a nature program offered by Hannibal Parks and Recreation starting at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 14. “Earth’s Companion: The Moon” will begin at City Hall, 320 Broadway, then participants will go to Lover’s Leap to view the moonAstronomy buffs will be over the moon about a nature program offered by Hannibal Parks and Recreation starting at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 14. “Earth’s Companion: The Moon” will begin at City Hall, 320 Broadway, then participants will go to Lover’s Leap to view the moon

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EMINENCE, Mo. – Join park rangers on Sunday, May 15, at 8:30 p.m. to view a rare "Blood Moon" from the grounds around Alley Spring. A total lunar eclipse is referred to as a "Blood Moon" because the moon often takes on a reddish hue during the eclipse. The first total lunar eclipse in more than two years will be the year's biggest "supermoon." A "supermoon" is a full moon that occurs when the moon is at one of its closest points to Earth and appears larger and brighter than an average full moon. The full moon that occurs in May is nicknamed the "Flower Moon" for the blossoms that appear at this time. All of these special celestial events will collide on the night of May 15 for a rare "Super Flower Blood Moon" that you can view above the shimmering waters of Alley Spring. Visitors are encouraged to bring a flashlight for the night hike on the Alley Overlook Trail and a foldout chair. Participants are asked to park and gather at the Alley Mill accessible parking lot past the General Store. The event may be subject to cancellation depending on weather and cloud cover. Alley Spring is located five miles west of Eminence, Missouri, on State Route 106. For more information, phone (573) 226-3945, or visit the park's Facebook page or website at www.nps.gov/ozar. Ozark National Scenic Riverways preserves the free-flowing Current and Jacks Fork Rivers, the surrounding natural resources, and the unique cultural heritage of the Ozark people. For more information visit, www.nps.gov/ozar or call 573-323-4236. EMINENCE, Mo. – Join park rangers on Sunday, May 15, at 8:30 p.m. to view a rare “Blood Moon” from the grounds around Alley Spring.  A total lunar eclipse is referred to as a “Blood Moon” because the moon often takes on a reddish hue during the eclipse. The first total lunar eclipse in more than two years will be the year’s

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