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Lunar Eclipse Watch

Tonight there will be a total lunar eclipse, which NASA predicts will give the moon a “vivid red or orange color.” The event can only occur when there is a full moon and when part of the Earth’s shadow hits it, and there won’t be another one until 2010, so it’s probably worth checking out. Also, unlike a solar eclipse, it’s perfectly safe for viewing

This NASA website has a helpful diagram, and a chart with all of the relevant times. For those on the east coast, the partial eclipse begins at 8:43 pm, the total eclipse lasts from 10:01-10:51, and the show is over at 12:09 am.

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