Mark Your Calendar, A Partial Lunar Eclipse Will Be Visible From Arkansas

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s a partial lunar eclipse! That’s exactly what you’ll be saying in November, when the second eclipse event of the year takes place. The best part of all is that the stunning celestial display will be visible to viewers across the U.S., including Arkansas.

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For more information about this partial lunar eclipse, click here.

So, did you know about this upcoming celestial show? Did you watch the first lunar eclipse of the year? If so, where’d you watch from? And what’d you think? Tell us!

The partial lunar eclipse isn’t the only show Mother Nature will be putting on in the Natural State. Click here to read about when and where you can expect fall foliage to peak in Arkansas this year.

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