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Red Moon over Incas ruins: waiting for the lunar eclipse

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Published on Apr 8, 2014

A total lunar eclipse will occur on April 15th, 2014, the first in 2½ years. This marks the first of four eclipses occurring about 6 months part, called an eclipse tetrad. The last tetrad was a decade ago, and the next is not due until 2032.

The best eclipse visibility will be from North America and parts of South America. A team of GLORIA astronomers will celebrate this astronomical spectacle with a live broadcast from the highly symbolic ancient Inca site at Machu Picchu in Peru.

More info on http://gloria-project.eu/

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