The longest lunar eclipse in centuries will happen this week.
The “nearly total” lunar eclipse is expected overnight Thursday, Nov. 18, to Friday, Nov. 19. The eclipse will last 3 hours, 28 minutes and 23 seconds, making it the longest in centuries.
For U.S. East Coast observers, the partial eclipse begins a little after 2 a.m., reaching its maximum at 4 in the morning, for observers on the West Coast, that translates to beginning just after 11 p.m., with a maximum at 1 a.m.
Of course, it always works out like that. It is cloudy with rain here to. Chance of precipitation 100 percent. New precipitation amounts one quarter inch.
I hope someone can see it and will post some of their photos of it.
It would appear that a lot of US are not going to be able to see it. I guess Mother Nature is not in a cooperating mood this time around.
I should not complain....... God only know we need the rain here after this past year of drought and wild fires
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