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So will a partial eclipse of a nearly-full moon = more, or less craziness in the news?
This Strawberry’s going to have a bite taken out of it.
At 3:00 am Pacific Daylight Time, not long before sunrise on Monday, June 4th, the Moon passes directly behind our planet. A broad stretch of lunar terrain around the southern crater Tycho will fall under the shadow of Earth, producing the first lunar eclipse of 2012. At maximum eclipse, around 4:04 am PDT, 37% of the Moon's surface will be in the dark.
There are charts, diagrams at the link.
Don't know 'bout you, but a little less crazy in the news would be OK by me. Just the same, I am getting up early and waving my hands over my head as the sun comes up. Gonna tell my early rising neighbors that I am making shadow puppets on the moon. Sadly, someone is likely to believe that is possible.
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