JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The clouds definitely crashed the party in the sky.
A lunar eclipse happened early Florida morning over northeast Florida and southeast Georgia.
This eclipse covered 97% of the moon’s disk. It was the longest partial solar eclipse of both the century and the last 580 years.
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