By Mario Lotmore | Lynnwood Times Staff

The Buck Moon, or full Moon, will be appearing opposite the Sun at 9:44 p.m. PST. This will result in a partial penumbral eclipse of the Moon, visible from most of North America; however, it will be difficult to see with the naked eye.

In a penumbral lunar eclipse, the moon passes only through the Earth’s outer shadow as oppose to a total lunar eclipse when the moon goes completely dark.

The penumbral lunar eclipse will begin 8:07 p.m. PST and continue until 10:52 p.m. PST.  The eclipse will be most visible at 9:30 p.m. PST – its peak.

Source: NASA, https://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/LEdecade/LEdecade2011.html

On Sunday night into Monday morning, July 5 to 6, 2020, the full Moon and the planets Jupiter and Saturn will form a triangle.

Mario Lotmore

Mario Lotmore is originally from The Bahamas and for the last seven years has called Mukilteo, WA his home. Having lived in every region of the United States has exposed him to various cultures, people, and approaches to life. Lotmore created the Lynnwood Times to represent the character of a diverse and growing Lynnwood. The launching of the city’s free community newspaper will only help bring neighborhoods together. Lotmore was an industrial engineer by trade and proven success implementing and managing lean accountable processes and policies within his eighteen years of operations excellence, strategic development, and project management in the aerospace, manufacturing, and banking industries. Over his career he has saved and created hundreds of union and non-union jobs. Lotmore is the President of a Homeowner Association, an active Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics volunteer in his community, and former Boeing 747 Diversity Council leader. Mario’s talent is finding “that recipe” of shared destiny to effectively improve the quality of life for others.

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