CNN) Take a break from online holiday shopping this weekend to enjoy the full moon and a penumbral lunar eclipse. Lunar eclipses can only occur during a full moon, but a penumbral lunar eclipse is different from a total lunar eclipse. A penumbral eclipse occurs when the moon moves into Earth’s penumbra, or outer shadow. […] The full moon during the penumbral lunar eclipse is shown here, as seen from Kathmandu on January 11. Read More This is the last penumbral eclipse of the year and will be visible to those in North and South America, Australia and parts of Asia.
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