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Penumbral Eclipse is another treat for sky gazers this month. – The UBJ

NASA has revealed that sky-gazers are in for another treat after having observed the full moon this month. The new

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NASA has revealed that sky-gazers are in for another treat after having observed the full moon this month. The new treat is a penumbral eclipse that is visible when the moon moves through the outer shadow cast by Earth.
On Monday, November 30, the moon can be seen as a full circle for a short amount of time at around 4:30 am EST (9:30 UTC). From the night of Saturday to Tuesday morning (November 28 to December 1) the moon will be visible fully. Sky-gazers must write down these timings if they wish…

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