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Total Lunar Eclipse

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Public

Type: Visual Observing

Keywords: Star Party Public Free Lunar Eclipse

Held on: Jan 31, 2018 (Wed) at 03:00 AM to Jan 31, 2018 (Wed) at 07:00 AM

Location: 4400 SW Fontanelle, Seattle, WA 98136

Event Coordinator: David W. Ingram

Overview

Area astronomers including volunteers from the Seattle Astronomical Society will participate in viewing the early morning January 31st Total Lunar Eclipse from Solstice Park in West Seattle.  

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Latitude 47.5370035, Longitude -122.3898966

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