Lunar eclipse coincides with longest night

A total eclipse of the moon will be visible in the Netherlands from 07.00 hours on Tuesday morning, weather permitting.

It is the first time since 1638 that there has been a lunar eclipse during the longest night of the year.
According to the KNMI weather bureau, some parts of the country may have clear skies on Monday night. But others will have mist and possible snow flurries.

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