The next major stargazing webcast will be on April 4, 2015 during the first of two total lunar eclipses this year. The online Slooh community observatory will provide live views of the lunar eclipse. Viewing information will be posted here once it becomes available. The April 4 total lunar eclipse will be visible in full or in part across a wide region of the Earth. It will not be visible from Africa or Europe.
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Editor's Note: If you are looking for photos from the total solar eclipse of March 20, visit: Spectacular Total Solar Eclipse Kicks Off First Day of Spring: Photos .