Partial eclipse

pepperj

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pepperj

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According to NASA's records, the last "longest partial lunar eclipse" — at 3 hours, 28 minutes, and 48 seconds long — took place over 581 years ago, on February 18, 1440! For the next one, which will be an even 3 hours and 30 minutes long, there's an even longer wait! It occurs nearly 648 years from now, on February 8, 2669!
 

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Awesome pic :occasion14:

Clouds rolled in just at the start of partial eclipse in my area
 

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Outstanding picture Thank You for showing us.
 

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