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23 Nov 2021 at 02:19
Don't have time for a full 3.5-hour journey in the moonlight? Get Your Time Lapse Here
On the evenings of Nov. 18 and 19, our lunar neighbors performed in the shadows during the longest partial lunar eclipse since 1440.
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Some moon watchers have witnessed the entire event. but if you miss You can still enjoy the highlights.The Griffith Observatory in California is live streamed and condensed into a minute-long time-lapse video.
The eclipse lasts almost 3.5 hours, so the short version is quite abbreviated.There may be some lunar eclipses. This means that the entire moon is not obscured by Earth's shadow. But almost all with only a few fragments left