Shortest lunar eclipse of the century visible this weekend

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If you are awake on Saturday morning, you may be treated to an unusual sight in the sky.

According to NASA, the shortest lunar eclipse of the century will occur on Saturday, April 4.

Experts say the eclipse could begin around 5 a.m. (CDT) as a full moon turns celestial red.

The eclipse will encompass the moon around 6:58 a.m. with the greatest view of the eclipse coming at 7 a.m.

The eclipse will be visible from all parts of the United States and the eclipse will end around 7:03 a.m. (CDT.)

The total eclipse will only last about five minutes.

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