SUMMARY: There's going to be a partial lunar eclipse on Sunday, April 24; unfortunately, the Moon will only pass through the faint prenumbal shadow, and only dim slightly. Most observers would be hard-pressed to tell the difference. The eclipse gets going at 0955 UT (5:55 am EDT) and ends about 2 hours later. Observers in the Americas should be able to see the eclipse, with the best view for folks in the West.
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