How to watch the ‘Independence Day’ lunar eclipse

How to watch the 'Independence Day' lunar eclipse

Bummed about Fourth of July fireworks being canceled in your location? Will not be: There will be an even even larger celestial deal with for skygazers this weekend a full moon and a partial penumbral eclipse will be noticeable this Saturday and Sunday (July 4-5).

The timing isn’t really a coincidence — lunar eclipses can only transpire throughout a total moon. Even so, as opposed to the Excellent American Eclipse of 2017, this eclipse will never be whole. As an alternative, only a faint shadow of Earth will drop on the moon.

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