For space watchers down on the ground, it’s a rare but exciting opportunity to see a phenomenon that has fascinated humans for millennia.
It will be visible over much of the world. People in South America and parts of North America will be able to see the full eclipse, and a partial eclipse will be seen in places as far apart as New Zealand and Eastern Europe.
“The wonderful thing is that when the moon is entirely in the shadow, when it’s in the darkest part of the shadow, the moon will actually look to your eyes to be kind of rose-colored or orange colored. And that’s actually because your eyes are adjusting to that darker light. And in fact, the only light getting up to the moon at this point is light
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