• Luna Invites You To View The Super Moon Eclipse!

    Tonight is a special night, Luna fans! Luna has granted us not only a supermoon tonight but a lunar eclipse as well, something that will not happen again till 2033. As of this post the eclipse is about 45 minutes or so away, so get your lawn chair and a nice beverage (and hope your skies are clear) and head outside for this beautiful event.

    According to CNN the best viewing areas will be the Eastern US, Western Europe and Africa, and all of South America with partial views of the eclipse in other parts of the world. The eclipse times are as follows:

    "The Earth's shadow will start making its way across the moon at 8:11 p.m. ET (Eastern Time). The total eclipse begins at 10:11 p.m. ET and will peak at 10:47 p.m. ET. The total eclipse will last about 72 minutes."

    Hope you guys can catch it! Make Luna happy tonight by appreciating this wonder of astronomy.

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