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Starts Tuesday, April 15, 2014
at 2:27 AM for 15 minutes

Science-Nature

Total Lunar Eclipse In Libra

   


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Location: Planet Earth

Total lunar eclipse, 2:42 a.m. CDT (7:42 a.m. Greenwich time). The Sun in Aries will sit exactly opposite the Moon, which will be full in Libra. Between these two, the Earth will line up exactly to create a total eclipse, in which Earth's shadow completely obscures the Moon. A full Moon always brings an opportunity for illumination.

 

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Contact Info: Anne Nordhaus-Bike (ask@anbcommunications.com)

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