Did you see it? The longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years graces the skies of Houston


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longest partial lunar eclipse

The longest partial lunar eclipse in a millennium dazzled night skies around the world on Friday, in an event dubbed the “Blood Moon” due to its red haze. The partial eclipse, which lasted three hours, 28 minutes, and 23 seconds, is the longest since February 18, 1440, according to Nasa.

November 5: Uranus at opposition November 5: New Moon November 7: Comet 67P at its brightest November 8: Lunar Occultation of Venus November 10-11: Conjunction of Moon, Jupiter, and Saturn November 12: Northern Taurid Meteor Shower November 17: Leonid Meteor Shower November 19: Partial Lunar Eclipse November 21: The Moon at Apogee November 28: Venus at the highest altitude in the evening sky.

Longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years, Is the eclipse visible in my country? What is a lunar eclipse? Will this Bloodmoon affect my life? Watch this video to find out!

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