Century’s Longest Lunar Eclipse Is Friday
(Undated) — Some parts of the world will be able to see the longest lunar eclipse of the century tomorrow. While it won’t be visible in the United States, parts of Africa, the Middle East, southern Asia and nations in the Indian Ocean will have a great view. The BloodMoon eclipse will last an hour and 43 minutes. A total lunar eclipse is when the Earth comes between the Moon and the sun, casting a shadow over the Moon. The Moon, during this time looks red. The next time a total lunar eclipse will be visible in the United States will be January, 2019.
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