The longest total lunar eclipse of the century is set to dazzle most of the world, except the U.S., just shy of a year after the 2017 solar eclipse created a path of totality across America. The July 2018 eclipse — which will happen on Friday, July 27 — will last about four hours and…

via Practically Everyone in the World Will See the Longest Eclipse of the Century on July 27. Here’s What to Know — TIME

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