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What you need to know about tonight’s ‘Blood Moon’ eclipse – CapeTalk

Friday’s total lunar eclipse will be visible across Africa, Australia, Asia, Europe, and South America.

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Fridays total lunar eclipse will be visible across Africa, Australia, Asia, Europe, and South America.Stargazers and budding astronomers are in for a treat on Friday evening.
What experts are predicting will be the longest eclipse of the century is set to be visible across the country tonight.
It starts just after 7pm, but it’s a gradual change, we’ll only really be able to see from about 8:25pm. We’ll be able to see a change in the moon, when it actually starts changing shape.
Kos Coronaios,…

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