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– “Total lunar eclipse will turn the moon blood red this week”
“It will be the longest total lunar eclipse of this century.”
“The longest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century will turn the moon blood red in the night sky this week.
“The July 27 eclipse will be visible for 1 hour and 43 minutes when the moon is fully engulfed in Earth’s shadow — a period known as totality. This celestial show will not be visible from North America, but skywatchers in parts of South America, eastern Africa, the Middle East and central Asia will be in for an impressive event,” by Denise Chow, NBC News.
– “Northern Lights could dance over Puget Sound tonight”
“Skywatchers could be in for a celestial treat this week.”
“A geomagnetic storm could produce the Northern Lights to the Pacific Northwest this week. The aurora watch is in effect on July 24 across Washington state,” by Jennifer King, KING-5 TV News, Seattle.