Orbax stands in front of the moon with his hands outstretched, as if he were holding a ball, and looks right into the camera.

College of Engineering and Physical Sciences physics lecturer Orbax discussed the last full lunar eclipse until 2025 with several media publications. 

CTV News and the Guelph Mercury Tribune highlighted Orbax’s thoughts on the eclipse, dubbed a “beaver blood moon.” 

Orbax also appeared on national CBC Radio morning shows, and Global News radio stations 770CHQR and AM630 to discuss the importance of the eclipse that will occur Tuesday, Nov. 8. 

Orbax is the co-founder of Royal City Science, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education, and one-half of Orbax and Pepper Do Science, an educational science-based platform.