According to the attached document from NASA, it appears to me as if the eclipse will occur one hour earlier that the times that you quoted. Am I reading it correctly?
The truth is in the starlight.
Dan Croskrey, NV2Z
Otis Orchards, WA, U.S.A.
On 4/3/2015 6:45 AM, Steve Krause wrote:
For those interested enough to brave the early morning, tomorrow there will be a lunar eclipse. It will begin about 3:16. Totality will begin at 5:58 and last about 5 minutes. These times are local. Dawn will arrive before the Moon is completely out of the shadow
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