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Total eclipse of Moon: April 4, 2015

Total eclipse of Moon: April 4, 2015

PERTH: Australians are in for an extra Easter show with the last of the three 2014-15 total lunar eclipses playing out on Saturday night, 4 April 2015.
All of Australia will be able to see at least most of the total eclipse, with those watching from the eastern half of the country being able to see the whole total eclipse, because it begins after sunset.
The moon is in the north-eastern sky (in the constellation Virgo) and will be above the horizon, so with good weather, the eclipse should be completely visible.
The lunar eclipse — when the moon passes through the Earth’s shadow — is also visible from parts of North America, the Pacific, New Zealand and eastern Asia.