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Supermoon total lunar eclipse will be visible over the Pacific Northwest in late May – OregonLive

The 2021 total lunar eclipse coincides with a supermoon, and will be visible from Oregon.

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A lunar eclipse this month will be a little more special than usual, occurring as the moon makes one of its closest approaches to the Earth all year.
The supermoon total lunar eclipse will take place in the early morning hours of May 26, and most of the event will be visible from the Pacific Northwest, according to astronomers.
A total lunar eclipse takes place when the Earth lines up directly between the sun and the moon, with the Earths shadow completely covering the moon. During a lunar eclipse…

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