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As August draws to an end, watchers of the night sky will be in for a treat. In the early morning hours of August 28, sky watchers across much of the world can look on as the Moon crosses in to the shadow of the Earth, becoming completely immersed for one-hour and 30 minutes, a period of time much longer than most typical lunar eclipses. In fact, this eclipse will be the deepest and longest in 7 years.
The eclipse will be visible from Australia, parts of Asia and most of the Americas
Originally posted by Tuning Spork
Your title is wrong. That's a lunar eclipse, not a aolar eclipse.
And, according to the article, it won't be visible in Africa or Europe. And totality will be obscured on the U.S. east coast by sunrise.
Originally posted by Melbourne_Militia
currently a full lunar eclipse in Melbourne australia, the moons blood red and slightly darker to the bottom left hand corner, dont know why and cant post pics coz dont have the camera technology for it.
looks kinda cool, different.