Watch for an extremely rare 'nearly total' lunar eclipse this fall
Wednesday, September 15th 2021, 10:12 am - This November event will feature the longest partial lunar eclipse in more than 580 years!
Combining comfortable weather with longer nights, Fall is an excellent time of the year to stargaze and observe the numerous meteor showers that take place during the season.
In addition to the astronomical events we typically see during the Fall, there's an exceptional event in the coming season that will be visible in the sky across Canada. On November 19, the Full Moon will pass through Earth's shadow, resulting in a rare lunar eclipse, the likes of which have not been seen in over 500 years!
Here is our guide to the astronomical sights on display for Fall 2021.
- Sep 22: Fall Equinox (northern hemisphere)
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