Total Lunar Eclipse! While the total lunar eclipse phase of this eclipse will only be about 4½ minutes long, it will mark the third total lunar eclipse in a series of four total lunar eclipses visible in a two year period (a tetrad). This eclipse can be seen from most of North America, South America, Asia, and Australia! Details for Edmonton are as follows:
|Partial Lunar Eclipse begins||4:15 a.m.|
|Total Lunar Eclipse begins||5:58 a.m.|
|Total Lunar Eclipse ends||6:02 a.m.|
|Moonset||6:56 a.m. (from Edmonton)|
|Partial Lunar Eclipse ends||7:44 a.m. (not visible from Edmonton)|
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