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Moon goes blood red this weekend: ‘Eclipse for the Americas’

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A total lunar eclipse will grace the night skies this weekend, providing longer than usual thrills for stargazers across North and South America. 

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The celestial action unfolds Sunday night into early Monday, with the moon bathed in the reflected red and orange hues of Earth’s sunsets and sunrises for about 1½ hours  

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one of the longest totalities of the decade. It will be the first so-called blood moon in a year. 

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Observers in the eastern half of North America and all of Central and South America will have prime seats for the whole show, weather permitting.  

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Partial stages of the eclipse will be visible across Africa, Europe and the Middle East. 

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“This is really an eclipse for the Americas,” said NASA’s Noah Petro, a planetary geologist who specializes in the moon. “It’s going to be a treat.”  

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