November’s Beaver Full Blood Moon Is The Longest Lunar Eclipse In A Century

The longest partial lunar eclipse also known as a blood moon is November 19th. The partial lunar eclipse event will last 3 hours and 28 minutes according to NASA, the longest in a century. From 2:19 AM to 5:47 AM, peaking just after 4 AM when the lunar eclipse reaches 97% coverage. A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon passes through earth’s shadow. The moon will appear red because of sunlight scattering off Earth’s atmosphere, hence the term blood moon. To learn more check out Nasa’s Eclipse Website. To see the lunar eclipse start Thursday night after midnight at 2:15 AM. .

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