“So you are trying to say that I can actually…?” I asked with so much curiosity and a restlessness was making me fumble at times. “Yes, I already did a research on this for the last three decades. I am sure Carol, if you try, you can.” Dr. Hutson seemed convinced upon his own theory….

Editorial: Lunar Eclipse – Journey from Myth to Science

More than two thousand years ago, the Babylonians were able to calculate that there were 38 possible eclipses or syzygy within a period of 223 months i.e. about 18 years. This period of 223 months is called as ‘Saros Cycle’ by modern astronomers, and a sequence of eclipses separated by a ‘Saros Cycle’ constitutes a ‘Saros Series’. Although…