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Lunar eclipse coming Sunday night, though it might be hard to see – OregonLive

The faint penumbral eclipse will be hard to see regardless, while clouds could block it out completely.

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The celestial bodies are aligning for a show this weekend, though clouds over Portland might block it from view.
A penumbral lunar eclipse will take place late Sunday night in Monday morning, Nov. 29 to 30, according to NASA, gradually darkening the face of the moon for more than four hours. It will be the second lunar eclipse visible in Oregon this year, following a previous penumbral eclipse in July.
A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earths shadow falls over the moon, and it can only happen at a…

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