Look up: Total Lunar Eclipse happening early Tuesday morning

Lunar Eclipse Explanation
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The early bird gets the worm. And tomorrow morning the worm is a total lunar eclipse.

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It all begins at 4:09 a.m. with a partial eclipse. At 5:16 a.m. the total eclipse begins and will last until 6:41 a.m. During that time, the entire moon is in the Earth's shadow. The moon will turn a dark reddish color, which is where the name blood moon comes from.

Check it out tomorrow morning if you can because we won't get another total lunar eclipse until March 2025.

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