When to catch the upcoming lunar eclipse – the longest partial eclipse of the century

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CINCINNATI (WKRC) – The longest partial lunar eclipse of the 21st century is shortly before Thanksgiving in November. NASA predictedthe event, which will take place on November19, is expected to last three hours, 28 minutes, and 23 seconds. That’s longer than any other eclipse between 2001 and 2100. The partial eclipse should begin around 2:19 a. m. , reaching its peak around 4 a. m. , before ending by 5:47 a. m.

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