This Tuesday, you’ll have a chance to see something that won’t happen again for three years.
The moon will pass through Earth’s shadow, creating a total lunar eclipse that will be visible to much of the world — including North America, astronomers say.
The eclipse should begin at about 3:02 a.m. EST and last for nearly 90 minutes, they say.
The next total lunar eclipse won’t occur until March 14th, 2025, according to NASA.
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