Partial lunar eclipse early Friday. Here’s what you need to know.

“It should be pretty striking,” said Michelle Nichols, the planetarium’s director of public observation. “There’s a reason to go out and see the sky – and connect to it. Humans observe lunar eclipses as long as humans looked up at the sky, and they tried to assign meaning to them. It’s a good excuse to sit back and think about the millennia after millennia that people have been watching this same phenomenon, wondering what that is and what it means? ”

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