See the moon meet Uranus in lunar eclipse tonight (November 8)

See the moon meet Uranus in lunar eclipse tonight (November 8)

See the moon meet Uranus in lunar eclipse tonight (November 8)

On Tuesday (November 8), Uranus will disappear from the night sky for a brief period as the moon passes in front of the distant and faint ice giant planet. The event is what astronomers call a lunar eclipse and will be visible from North America and parts of Asia.

The lunar eclipse will begin at 7:39 a.m. EST (1239 GMT) when: Uranus — the seventh planet of the sun– begins to disappear behind the moon. When the lunar eclipse begins, Uranus will be in the constellation of Aries and will have a right ascension of 02h57m00s and a declination of 16 degrees N, according to In the air (opens in new tab).





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