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Total Lunar Eclipse Viewing

Posted in Science & Technology
Jan 20, 2019

Total Lunar Eclipse

Sunday, Jan. 20
9:30 pm–12:30 am 
USask Observatory
108 Wiggins Rd.

Free and open to the public

Be at the campus observatory to watch the moon turn red as it passes into Earth’s shadow. The partial phase (growing shadow) begins at 9:30 pm; totality (red moon) begins at 10:40 pm. 

Info: Facebook event page |


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