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Ask NASA Experts About the Total Lunar Eclipse

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Stay 'Up All Night' to Watch the Lunar Eclipse!

The totally eclipsed moon, as seen from just outside of Tokyo, Japan (Alphonse Sterling)


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Spring is here and ready to capture the world's attention with a total lunar eclipse. The eclipse will begin early on the morning of April 15 at approximately 2 a.m. EDT. If you have questions about the eclipse, this will be your chance!

NASA astronomer Mitzi Adams and astrophysicist Alphonse Sterling will also answer questions in a live web chat, beginning on April 15 at 1 a.m. EDT and continuing through the end of the eclipse (approximately 5 a.m. EDT). 

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