The first lunar eclipse will come on Election Day on November 8

Early on Election Day morning, early risers will have the opportunity to watch the November beaver moon undergo a total eclipse.

This will be the fourth and final lunar eclipse that, intriguingly, takes place at half-year intervals from May of last year to this year. Three of these eclipses in this series are total. One of them – the lunar eclipse of last November 19 – was partial, but hardly so; All but about 2% of the Moon was immersed in the Earth’s dark darkness (the darkest and deepest part of the shadow). Had last November’s eclipse been recorded as a total, it would have had four totals spanning 2021 and 2022: a cycle known as a tetrad lunar eclipse.


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