On Saturday April 4 i.e. when celebrating the Easter weekend, the world will be witnessing the second eclipse of 2015. This time it will be a total lunar eclipse.
Unlike the solar eclipse that took place last month, which was total just for a part of the North Atlantic region, Saturday’s lunar eclipse will be visible as a total eclipse to everyone located on the Earth’s right hemisphere. The total lunar eclipse will be seen from most parts of North America an...
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