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The 'eclipse of the century' is coming, but not if you live in the US

July 5, 2018 12:42 PM
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A lunar eclipse is nothing unusual. Usually. But the one due on July 28 is somewhat different. It will fall under the Earth’s shadow for four hours.

The eclipse totality — when the pall of Earth’s shadow completely blanks out what would otherwise be the Moon’s silvery surface — will last one hour and 43 minutes.

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