Friday (Nov. 19) 1:00 am – 4:00 am

The longest partial eclipse of the century!
A partial lunar eclipse is coming up this month – and it will be the longest of this century. The eclipse will take place overnight on November 18 and 19, when the moon slips into Earth’s shadow for 3 hours and 28 minutes, NASA said. The late November moon is also known as the “frost moon.”
Partial lunar eclipses occur when the moon does not pass completely into Earth’s shadow.
Eclipses aren’t everyday occurrences on Earth, and they’re not always easily visible. While some viewers might have to contend with middle-of-the-night scheduling for this month’s celestial event, it’s worth taking a moment to marvel at how the moon, the sun and our planet are connected as residents of this solar system.
Head on over to The Schoolyard Observatory early Friday morning and view the rare event while relaxing in our anti-gravity chairs, learning about the night sky with a guided tour, and see some spectacular telescope views.

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