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Total Lunar Eclipse March 3

Space/Cosmic News
March 1, 2007
Soon after sunset on Saturday evening, March 3, skywatchers in eastern North America can watch the rising full Moon undergoing its first total eclipse in nearly 2-½ years.
In Europe and Africa the eclipse takes place late at night high in a dark sky.
For North Americans, the farther east you are the better. The eclipse will already be in progress when the Sun sets and the Moon rises, two events that happen almost simultaneously on a lunar eclipse night.
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