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The time table below shows the when the Moon will enter the Earth's shadow (umbra) on September 27 and when it will emerge.  In between the moon will be a glowing copper colored ball.  Something no one should miss!

The event will be visible in Western Europe  and throughout the Americas.  Because the Moon is as close to the Earth as it can get, this is a Super Moon Eclipse.  The last such eclipse occurred in  1982 and won't happen again until 2033.

If you haven't seen this before I strongly recommend it.  The energy is incredible!

Lunar Eclipse Time Table

For more on this Super Moon Eclipse please see the following post!

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