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An Almost Total Lunar Eclipse Seen in Yokota

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The moon sits in partial lunar eclipse over the Yokota control tower at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Nov. 19, 2021. The Moon passes into the shadow of the Earth, creating a partial lunar eclipse so deep that it can reasonably be called almost total. (U.S. Air Force photo by Yasuo Osakabe)

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Crew chiefs assigned to the 374th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron maintains a C-130J Super Hercules under a partial lunar eclipse at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Nov. 19, 2021. On November 19, 2021, the Moon passes into the shadow of the Earth, creating a partial lunar eclipse so deep that it can reasonably be called almost total. (U.S. Air Force photo by Yasuo Osakabe)

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A crew chief assigned to the 374th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron maintains a C-130J Super Hercules under a partial lunar eclipse at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Nov. 19, 2021. On November 19, 2021, the Moon passes into the shadow of the Earth, creating a partial lunar eclipse so deep that it can reasonably be called almost total. (U.S. Air Force photo by Yasuo Osakabe)

lunar eclipse

The moon sits in partial lunar eclipse over the Yokota control tower at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Nov. 19, 2021. The Moon passes into the shadow of the Earth, creating a partial lunar eclipse so deep that it can reasonably be called almost total. (U.S. Air Force photo by Yasuo Osakabe)

YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan -- The moon sits in partial lunar eclipse over the Yokota control tower at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Nov. 19, 2021. The Moon passes into the shadow of the Earth, creating a partial lunar eclipse so deep that it can reasonably be called almost total. (U.S. Air Force photo by Yasuo Osakabe)