Earth's Shadow to Swallow Moon in Total Eclipse

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If you have clear skies in your neighborhood Wednesday night, you'll be in for a celestial treat. The Earth will pass between the sun and the moon, creating a full lunar eclipse.

Melissa Block talks with Kelly Beatty, executive editor of Sky & Telescope magazine, who provides a preview of what to expect.



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