Friday, 02. March 2007
March 3: Total Lunar EclipseAlmost 2-1/2 years have passed since the Moon plunged completely into the Earth’s shadow. But if you live in Europe, Africa, or the eastern half of North America, but sure to put a big circle on your calendar for tomorrow.
Unlike an eclipse of the Sun which often requires a long journey to the path of totality, those of the Moon can be observed from one’s own backyard. The passage of the Moon through the Earth’s shadow is equally visible from all places within the hemisphere where the Moon is above the local horizon.
|Viewer's Guide: March 3 Total Lunar Eclipse|
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