Longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years is this week

Lunar Eclipse in Kansas City

Novembers full moon, known as the Beaver Moon will be visible this week and will bring with it a near total lunar eclipse in Kansas City. For the Kansas City area the eclipse will peak around 3:02 a.m. CST on Friday, Nov. 19.




The full Beaver Moon will turn a reddish color as the earths shadow covers it late Friday night. You can learn more about the eclipse at Space.com.




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Kelce and Rudd star in latest Ghostbuster promo

In the latest Ghostbusters promo Paul Rudd has traded his proton pack for a signed Kelce football. Kelce may just have another gig lined up when his playing days are done. Video below.







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Colorful fireballs to race through the KC skies this week

If you happen to look up on Wednesday night you may just see some colorful fireballs racing through the night sky. The Leonid meteor shower will peak this week and should produce up to 15 meteors per hour. The show will come overnight Wednesday, Nov. 17 into the early morning hours of Thursday, Nov. 18. Peak viewing time will be between midnight and dawn on Wednesday.




There is also a blood moon partial lunar eclipse this week. The moon will enter the Earth’s shadow to create a partial lunar eclipse on the evening of Nov. 18-19. The best viewing time will be right around the peak of the eclipse on Nov. 19 at 3:03 a.m. CT.

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Krispy Kreme will give you a free donut every day in 2021 with a Covid-19 vaccine card

Krispy Kreme has announced that it’s giving anyone with a current Covid-19 vaccine card a free donut every day for the remainder of 2021. The deal is valid at all Krispy Kreme locations and is good for a free original glazed donut.




The donut chain has also said they will be delivering free donuts to various vaccination sites throughout the country in the coming weeks.