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Amazing celestial events in July 2020

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July 5: Full moon, known as the “Buck Moon,” named after young buck deers’ growing antlers.

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July 4-5: Penumbral lunar eclipse, which means that the Moon will be partially shadowed by Earth. This event can be seen across North and South America, in the eastern Pacific Ocean, the western Atlantic, and in western Africa.

Check your location here for viewing time and visibility.