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Huge freaking news in the astrology world: There’s a lunar eclipse happening on Friday that’s going to be the longest lunar eclipse of the century. Just take a second to let that sink in. The eclipse is supposed to last for an hour and 43 minutes, and it will start as the moon rises on Friday night, NASA says. In case you are like me and slept through science class in fifth grade: A lunar eclipse happens when the Earth lines up precisely between the sun and the moon, creating a shadow on the moon, according to NASA . When the Earth completely blocks out the sun in a total lunar eclipse (which is going down on Friday), the moon can look red or orange (hence the "blood moon" name). Here’s the thing: This eclipse actually won’t be visible from North America (womp, womp) but it will impact your horoscope regardless, says Donna Page , a professional astrologer with a graduate degree in counseling psychology. "Eclipses create drama and in so doing, they get our attention," says astrologer and life coach Linda Joyce . "Often the event is unexpected; it seems to rise up from nowhere, even though we’ve been confronting it in our minds." In general, eclipses help shed light on certain areas of your life, Page explains. This one will give you clarity about knowing what your heart wants, especially when it comes to friendships, Page says. Why? The sun is in Leo, which is all about being able to connect with people who line up with your beliefs and philosophies, and the moon is in Aquarius, which has a friendship energy, she explains.
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