Look to the skies Thursday night thru to 3am Friday for an almost total lunar eclipse! Posted by Delores Fenwick Nature Center
Look to the skies tonight to see an "almost total" lunar eclipse! 🌕 Tonight (and by that we mean overnight, like the "technically tomorrow" part of the night) we'll be in an excellent position to observe the lunar eclipse. The event begins just after 12am, but peak viewing in our area is at 3:03am. During this lunar eclipse, the moon will appear red as the Earth's shadow covers it. For more information, check out this article by NASA moon.nasa.gov/news/1 68/an-almost-total-l unar-eclipse/?fbclid =IwAR0MRehtsJOt
The first image below is a composite of several images he had taken on last full Lunar Eclipse in Jan'19. Best viewed on full screen/horizontal orientation.
If you like celestial events then don't miss out on 'almost' total Lunar Eclipse happening 11/18 midnight through early morning of 11/19. This lunar eclipse is lasting total of 6 hrs…longest in 600 yrs!!!
Check out 2nd image below showing various screenshots he took from Sky Guide app of different phases of what will happen on 11/19, so you know how moon will look at specific time incase you are planning on viewing this awesome event!
Let's check out how the event will unfold on 11/19/21.
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