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When and where to view next week’s lunar eclipse

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WHATCOM COUNTY, Wash. — The longest partial lunar eclipse since the 15th century is set to take place between November 18th and 19th and will be visible to viewers in Whatcom County, weather permitting.

According to, this nearly total eclipse will be visible between about 11:15pm on November 18th and about 2:45am on November 19th.

The eclipse should be easily viewable from anywhere in the county without clouds obscuring the view of the moon.

A total solar eclipse will occur December 3rd but will only be viewable from Antarctica and partially viewable from the most southern points of Africa South America and Australia.

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