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Science How to watch the Easter weekend Blood Moon (+video)

April 4 will bring the shortest lunar eclipse since 1529, and we won't see another one until 2155. 

David Dickinson

Sen—Easter weekend 2015 sees the second eclipse of the year on Saturday April 4, with a total lunar eclipse that will be visible from most of North America and around the Pacific Rim region. And unlike last month’s solar eclipse, which was total only along a narrow swath of the North Atlantic, you only have to be on the right hemisphere of the Earth to witness a total lunar eclipse.

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