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Lunar Eclipse Tonight... don't miss it!

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FizziksGuy

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Those of you who live in the North America* will be treated to a total lunar eclipse tomorrow night (Monday night/Tuesday morning)! The whole thing unfolds over about 3.5 hours' date=' starting at 1:30 a.m. Eastern time. Lunar eclipses are cool, but slow. They’re not like solar eclipses which last a few minutes at most; the shadow [...']

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yeah, it's supposed to be cloudy tonight. I'm still gonna wake up around 2:00 though to see if i can see anything!

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I'm not setting the alarm, but something tells me between dog and my micro-physicist something will have me up in the wee hours.

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