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Lunar eclipse can be seen from Hawaii (April 14)

Special to Hawaii 24/7 by Gerrit van der Plas

This year Hawaii is the host of two(!) total lunar eclipses: One at April 14 and one at Oct. 8.

The lunar eclipse of April 14th starts just before 7 pm Hawaiian time and ends half an hour after midnight April 15. The moon will be totally eclipsed between 21:08 and 22:23 April 14.

The best time to see the eclipse is between 21:30 and 22:00.

Below you can find a sky chart of the Hawaiian skies on April 14 just before the full eclipse starts.

LunarEclipseMap20140414

— Find out more:
www.lovebigisland.com/hawaii-b…
eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/OH/OH201…

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