Lunar eclipse visible in most of US on 4th July

Lunar eclipse visible in most of US on 4th July

The moon will seem obscured on the night of July 4 as the moon goes through Earth’s shadow.

The penumbral lunar obscuration, where the substance of the moon will seem to turn a darker silver shading, will happen beginning at 11:07 p.m EDT as per Space.com. The shroud “maximum” will happen right around 30 minutes after 12 PM at 12:29 a.m. EDT on Sunday. The hour of the overshadowing will happen prior in regions west of the Atlantic. On the west coast, the obscuration will probably just be obvious at moonrise, which is 9:45 p.m. PDT.

The eclipse will not be visible in the northernmost regions of Canada and all of Alaska.

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