How to Catch the Last Lunar Eclipse of 2020





Join National Geographic’s Andrew Fazekas aka The Night Sky Guy breaks down the frosty penumbral lunar eclipse gracing our skies this Sunday and Monday. We take a look at what are lunar eclipses, how greatest to see this upcoming one, and what it’s best to count on to see.

00:00 Intro
01:15 How does the Moon Get Eclipsed?
03:05 What is Penumbral lunar eclipse?
05:21 What will you see at most eclipse?
06:37 Weather forecast for N.America
07:35 Where on this planet is the eclipse seen?
09:09 Moon in Taurus on Sunday evening
10:51 Moon surrounded by star clusters
12:30 Moon strikes from Sunday into Monday
14:04 Most superb facet of eclipse
15:13 most eclipse time
15:55 timing your observing
18:48 wrap-up

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NASA World Map for eclipse visibility: https://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/LEplot/LEplot2001/LE2020Nov30N.pdf

Accuweather climate forecast map: https://cms.accuweather.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/clouds-27.jpg?w=632

Penumbral lunar eclipse portrait: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/January_2020_lunar_eclipse#/media/File:Penumbral_Lunar_Eclipse_2020-01-10-single.jpg

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