Partial Lunar Eclipse – One Minute Time Lapse

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During the night of November 18, 2021, the Moon moved through the Earth’s shadow to create the longest lunar eclipse in almost 600 years. During this near-total eclipse, 97% of the Moon went dark. The Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles captured the three-and-a-half-hour event and sped it up into a one-minute video below:

Partial Lunar Eclipse – One Minute Time Lapse

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