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Get up early Saturday for "red" lunar eclipse

SKY WATCHING — Andy Buddngton of the Spokane Community College Science Department recommends that we get an early, glowing start tomorrow.
 
Shortly after 4:30 Saturday morning, we'll be treated to a “red” lunar eclipse.
 
As the NASA science video explains, this is the last one visible from the Pacific states until 2014.



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