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How to watch the ‘buck moon’ lunar eclipse this Fourth of July weekend

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Look for a slight darkening of part of the moon on July 4 and 5.

A ‘buck moonlunar eclipse is set for the night of July 4 and the morning of July 5, depending on where you are.

This NASA map shows visibility for the globe.

This visibility map shows where in the world you can catch the penumbral eclipse on July 4 and 5.

A penumbral eclipse is the chilled-out cousin to a total lunar eclipse.

As NASA said in a June skywatching update, ‘the slight reduction in the moon‘s brightness will be difficult to notice with the human eye.

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