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As a professional astronomer for NASA, I've got access to the coolest telescopes in the world.But here's the coolest thing...to view a (total) lunar eclipse, all you need are functioning eye(s). No scope needed. And for free!Wake up, get outside...and look! (I plan to go outside in my PJs...cause that's what I used to do as a kid.) Here in SoCal, it starts about 6 am (totality), ending at 7am (totality). The Penumbral phases start earlier/later.OK, I don't sleep in PJs....but shorts and a T-shirt works.-Galileo126
We have mountains to our west and the moon set behind them before the eclipse started so I missed it. Too cold here for shorts and a t-shirt but the neighbors love me in those...
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