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Longest Lunar Eclipse Since 2000 Starts Tomorrow

  The longest total lunar eclipse since July 2000 will occur tomorrow, but astronomy fans across most of the Northern Hemisphere won’t be able to catch the rare celestial spectacle. Total lunar eclipses occur when the Earth passes directly between the sun and the moon, casting a deep shadow through which the moon then travels [...] Longest Lunar Eclipse Since 2000 Starts Tomorrow is a post
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