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A Beaver Full Moon lunar eclipse occurs Monday. Here’s what to expect. – Space.com

The Nov. 29-30 penumbral lunar eclipse will be a minor moon event.

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Early on Monday morning (Nov. 30), careful skywatchers across all of North America can watch the full moon undergo a slight penumbral eclipse

The moon will take 4 hours and 21 minutes to glide across the pale outer fringe (penumbra) of Earth’s shadow, never reaching the shadow’s dark umbra. However, penumbral lunar eclipses
are rather subtle events which are usually difficult for most people to detect unless at least 70% of the moon’s diameter is immersed within it. 
In this particular case…

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