lunar eclipse

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lunar eclipse

() See eclipse.

lunar eclipse

[′lü·nər i′klips]
(astronomy)
Obscuration of the full moon when it passes through the shadow of the earth.
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Tonight, though, the moon will be the star of the show, and Bruno and other members of The Local Group astronomy club plan to be in the audience for the last full lunar eclipse of the century.
The full lunar eclipse, which can be viewed in a webcast, will last for about an hour and will be visible in the country's western skies if the weather is clear, the organizers said.