Enjoy the First Total Solstice Lunar Eclipse in 372 Years This Evening

We’re in for an astronomical treat this evening; the moon will enter a full lunar eclipse the likes of which hasn’t been seen since the 17th century. Bust out your telescope and get ready sight see like it’s 1638.

The eclipse will occur over a three and a half hour period between 1:33AM EST and 5:01PM EST. Check out NASA’s lunar eclipse guide at the link below for more information and eclipse watching tips.

Total Lunar Eclipse [NASA]

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