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Friday Morning Will See Longest Partial Lunar Eclipse in Almost 6 Centuries

Source: Tom Yun, CTVNews.ca , November 18, 2021

The eclipse is expected to last nearly three and a half hours.

TORONTO — Early risers will be in for a treat on Friday morning as the longest partial lunar eclipse in nearly 600 years is will emerge.

A lunar eclipse takes place when the Earth, sun and moon align in a way that causes the Earth to cast a shadow onto the moon, making the moon appear reddish in colour.

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