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Caribbean to see part of Monday’s lunar eclipse – Loop News St. Lucia

If you’re in the Caribbean, look up at the moon in the wee hours of Monday morning and you just may see part of a lunar eclipse. 

According to timeanddate.com,…

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If you’re in the Caribbean, look up at the moon in the wee hours of Monday morning and you just may see part of a lunar eclipse. 
According to timeanddate.com, this is the last penumbral lunar eclipse of 2020.
Residents of North and South America, Australia, and parts of Asia can see about 82 per cent of the Full Moon turn a shade darker during the maximum phase of this eclipse.
NASA says the eclipse should be visible around 4.30 am Eastern Standard Time (EST) early Monday morning. 
(Source: NASA)

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