Video Source: SkyCaramba:
This Saturday, you’ll be able to witness a total lunar eclipse if you live in western North America, eastern Asia, the Pacific, Australia or New Zealand. The astronomical happening will be “the shortest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century” according to EarthSky.org. The moon will go dark (but not completely) in what is technically called a “total” eclipse for just shy of 5 mins. If you are in Western North America, like us here at Conscious Life News (published in Sedona, AZ), the eclipse will happen in the very early hours of Saturday, April 4th.
Want to know when you will be able to see the lunar eclipse?
Check out this world eclipse time table.
And here’s some additional info from EarthSky.org:
And check out another total lunar eclipse video. This one from NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory describes what causes a total lunar eclipse, and it also shares information about an upcoming meteor shower you might enjoy.
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