If you like me are trying to enjoy the longest "blood moon" eclipse of the century this Friday and you live in North America then I have some bad news for you. According to National Geographic, if you're in the North America region you won't be able to see it. Apparently by the time we see it, it will be done but no worries because you'll be able to meet Mars thanks to PBS's live stream. In case you don't know what this Lunar eclipse means, Mars will be making its closest approach to Earth in 15 years. The lunar eclipse will be in display over South America, Western Africa, and Europe setting over Easter Asia and Australia and if you're wondering, this long totality phenomenal won't happen again til June 9, 2123.
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