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.
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
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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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