CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) — Clevelanders are used to looking to the skies on July 4, when fireworks traditionally erupt into the night air in celebration of America.
This Fourth of July, Clevelanders can expect to see a penumbral lunar eclipse, which is when the moon passes through the outer edge of the Earth’s shadow.
Reportedly, this kind of eclipse can be challenging to differentiate between just a normal full moon, but doesn’t mean it’s any less incredible to watch.
The eclipse is supposed to occur from 11:07 p.m. on the holiday, through 1:52 a.m. on July 5.
Take a look at what the lunar event is predicted to look like in an animation seen here.
- Shooter identified as U.S. sailor, kills two before killing self at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard; victim identified
- Carole Baskin booted from ‘Dancing with the Stars’
- Battle of the aces as Cleveland hosts Yankees in Wildcard matchup
- Police search for man wanted in East Cleveland murder
- Cleveland hosts first presidential debate of 2020: How to watch and areas to avoid as city prepares for primetime