NASA prepares for total lunar eclipse with web chats, live stream
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fl., - Earth will have a front row seat to a total lunar eclipse on Tuesday morning.
The eclipse is expected to begin around 2 a.m. EDT on April 15, according to NASA.
Two events will be hosted by NASA moon experts on Monday and Tuesday. First, NASA planetary scientist Renee Weber will take questions on Reddit during an AMA (Ask me Anything) from 2 to 3 p.m. EDT.
On Tuesday, NASA astronomer Mitzi Adams and astrophysicist Alphonse Sterling will take part in a live web chat starting at 1 a.m., which will continue through the end of the eclipse. NASA says the eclipse will end around 5 a.m.
Finally, Marshall Space Flight Center is holding a live Ustream view of the lunar eclipse.