If interested there is going to be a total eclipse of the moon on Wednesday morning.
I received the following:
WEDNESDAY MORNING ECLIPSE
by Brian Webb
If the weather cooperates, early risers in the Southwest can enjoy a
total lunar eclipse on the morning of January 31.
The key times (in Pacific Time) for this event are as follows:
03:48 Partial eclipse begins
04:42 Totality begins
06:08 Totality ends
07:11 Partial eclipse ends
Experts predict that the usually normally gray moon will probably be bright orange in color during totality. To see the eclipse, you won't need any special equipment, the unaided eye will suffice. However, you will have a better view if you use binoculars or a small telescope.
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