Around 1:45 am, North America will have front row seats to lunar eclipse- when the Earth gets precisely between the sun and the moon- casting a shadow over the moon.
For about an hour the moon will give off a red glow. The last lunar eclipse happened earlier this year on June 26, but tomorrow morning's eclipse is extra special because it falls on the first day of winter- December 21st, just hours before winter solstice.
Follow the link below to watch the eclipse live:
Pictures of the event are attached to this story.
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