Did you know there’s a lunar eclipse tonight, Friday 5th June 2020?
The eclipse will last three hours and 18 minutes, and will start at around 6:45pm. (around the time of this post).
The peak will be at 7.26pm, but for people in Scotland, it’s visibility will be this highest at around 9.06pm this evening. The moon is also expected to have a reddish hue around it, known as “a strawberry moon”. Assuming the skies remain partially clear, you should be able to see it!
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