Look out for the giant "Moon of the Wolf"


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The total eclipse will begin minutes before midnight on the east coast of the United States (0500 GMT) and before 9 pm on the West Coast, a day before the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Day, a national holiday for Americans.

This means that many people interested in watching the stars can watch for late or take part in one of the many concerts being arranged from Florida to Oregon.

The total eclipse will last for about an hour and will be best seen in the Americas, according to National Geographic.

"This time is particularly good," said Patrick Harrigan, an astrophysicist at Rice University. "Not only is there a giant moon and a total eclipse, but because the total eclipse lasts for a long time, for about an hour."

Overall, the event, which also includes partial eclipse before and after the total eclipse, will last for three and a half hours.

If the sky is clear, the total eclipse will appear in North and South America, as well as Greenland, Iceland, Ireland, Great Britain, Norway, Sweden, Portugal and the French and Spanish coasts.

The rest of Europe, as well as Africa, will have a partial vision before the moon arrives.

In some places, the phenomenon will be broadcast live, including the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles.

The total eclipses of the moon occur when the moon lends itself to the sun and the earth, giving it a red or a red color to those who see it.

The giant moon occurs when the Moon is close to Earth, and the Moon Wolf is the traditional name of the completed moon for January, when wolves howling helped determine the winter.

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The total eclipse will begin minutes before midnight on the east coast of the United States (0500 GMT) and before 9 pm on the West Coast, a day before the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Day, a national holiday for Americans.

This means that many people interested in watching the stars can watch for late or take part in one of the many concerts being arranged from Florida to Oregon.

The total eclipse will last for about an hour and will be best seen in the Americas, according to National Geographic.

"This time is particularly good," said Patrick Harrigan, an astrophysicist at Rice University. "Not only is there a giant moon and a total eclipse, but because the total eclipse lasts for a long time, for about an hour."

Overall, the event, which also includes partial eclipse before and after the total eclipse, will last for three and a half hours.

If the sky is clear, the total eclipse will appear in North and South America, as well as Greenland, Iceland, Ireland, Great Britain, Norway, Sweden, Portugal and the French and Spanish coasts.

The rest of Europe, as well as Africa, will have a partial vision before the moon arrives.

In some places, the phenomenon will be broadcast live, including the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles.

The total eclipses of the moon occur when the moon lends itself to the sun and the earth, giving it a red or a red color to those who see it.

The giant moon occurs when the Moon is close to Earth, and the Moon Wolf is the traditional name of the completed moon for January, when wolves howling helped determine the winter.

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