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History will be made in the night sky this Friday night (11-19). A full moon and lunar eclipse will take place at the same time and instead of being about an hour-long, this one will be three and a half hours – the longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years.

Currently, the forecast looks pretty clear so we should all be able to get a peek of the slow moving action.

Why will it be such a long eclipse? With the moon being farther away from the Earth it will take longer to pass through Earth’s shadow.

And lunar eclipses are known to bring evolution to our lives and trigger events of destiny and fate so if you’re a believer of that sort of thing – batten down the hatches.