The longest partial lunar eclipse of the century is happening on Friday. Here’s where to watch it

If you look up at a clear sky on Friday, you might be lucky enough to witness a rare celestial event: the longest partial lunar eclipse of the century, where the moon will turn mostly blood red as it slips into earth’s shadow.What can I expect?During a lunar eclipse, the earth moves between the sun and the moon, blocking the sunlight that normally reflects off the moon.A total or full eclipse happens when the sun, moon and earth are in a perfect line, putting the moon completely in the earth’s…

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