Total eclipse tonight!

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Late tonight and very early tomorrow morning, you will be treated to a celestial wonder: The earth passes between the moon and the sun, casting it’s large, reddish shadow across the entire lunar surface, causing a total eclipse.

During the eclipse, Mars will be visible, at its closest distance in years, and the striking blue star, Spica, will be floating nearby. The Griffith Observatory will be open for viewing. They recommend you arrive early to avoid traffic jams and find a parking space.

For more information:
http://www.griffithobs.org/exhibits/special/Lunar_Eclipse_April_2014.html?oeidk=a07e8zhut3o95c8bff8&llr=iz57rbcab

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