In the early morning hours Tuesday, sky watchers across much of the world can look on as the Moon crosses into 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 seven years.
The event begins at 3:54 a.m.
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