Tonight’s Lunar Eclipse isn’t visible in North America, but if you want to catch the 100-minute long eclipse as it’s happening, we’ve embedded a livestream here for you.
The eclipse is the longest we’ve seen in eleven years. It began at 1:24 PM EDT and the moon will be completely covered starting at around 3:22 PM EDT for 100 minutes.
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