Lunar Eclipse Tonight

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Lunar Eclipse Tonight

Post by oneh2obabe »

Miss it and you'll have to wait until Feb. 8, 2669 for a longer one.
It's happening tonight--the longest partial lunar eclipse in more than 600 years. The action begins Nov. 18th at 11:19 pm Pacific Time when the Moon touches Earth's deep-red umbral shadow. For the next 3 1/2 hours, the full Moon be eclipsed with a peak coverage of 97%.

Observers in North America and Pacific islands will have the best view.
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