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What do you know about the lunar eclipse tonight in Sebastian - Sebastian Daily

What do you know about the lunar eclipse tonight in Sebastian – Sebastian Daily

Lunar eclipse

The National Weather Service calls for cloud coverage and a 20 percent chance of rain tonight. But, We think Sebastian will have clear sky and no rain Lunar eclipse tonight.

a Partial eclipse in Sebastian The total lunar eclipse will begin at 10:27 pm on Sunday, the total lunar eclipse will begin at 11:29 pm, the total eclipse will end at 12:53 am on Monday, and the partial eclipse will end at 1:55 am

According to NASA, a lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon, Earth, and Sun fall into alignment, with the Moon passing through Earth’s shadow. When the moon passes through the Earth’s shadow, called the umbra, it is known as a total lunar eclipse.

It’s also safe to watch tonight’s lunar eclipse with the naked eye, and you don’t need any equipment to protect your eyes.

It is best to avoid bright lights and tall buildings that may obstruct your vision. Alternatively, you can use one of the public sidewalks for the best viewing conditions.

During tonight’s lunar eclipse, the moon will turn red because the only sunlight that reaches the moon passes through the Earth’s atmosphere.

If for some reason you can’t observe a lunar eclipse outdoors, NASA will show you Eclipse live broadcast Starting at 11:00 pm from different locations around the world.

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Andy Hodges was born in Annapolis, Maryland and raised in Jupiter, Florida. He’s been a radio and television personality since the mid-1980s. He has worked for WFLX-TV (Fox 29), WIRK, WLIZ, WIXI, WKSY, WRMF and others. In 1994, Andy took a break from broadcasting and was a software and systems engineer for various companies. In 2002, he returned permanently to Sebastian, where the Andy family has lived for more than 45 years. He returned to the broadcasting industry in 2005. Andy joined Sebastian Delle as our editor-in-chief in 2016.

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