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Tomorrow night, sky watchers in Eastern Canada will be treated to a rare celestial event: The full moon will rise above the horizon while it is in the middle of an eclipse.
The normally bright lunar surface will be transformed into a coppery brown or eerie reddish colour as it passes through the shadow of the Earth -- the first total eclipse of the moon since October, 2004.
"It will look very dramatic," says Terence Dickinson, editor of SkyNews, a Canadian astronomy and stargazing magazine.