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The world is about to witness the longest lunar eclipse of the century

July has already been a real treat for stargazers, with five planets to see in the evening sky, Mars looking the best we’ve seen in 15 years, and now, in the early hours of Saturday morning July 28, there will be an extraordinary total lunar eclipse.

  • Tanya Hill
  • The Age *

We are currently in the midst of a five-planet season due to Jupiter and Saturn being on the same side of the Sun.

Deas 3cLook to the sky after sunset, and if you have a good view of both the eastern and western horizons you’ll see the planets stretched out in a line.

Mars and Saturn rise in the east, Jupiter sits high overhead, and bright Venus and…

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