Remember how cool the solar eclipse was last summer?! Sadly there won't be another solar eclipse until 2079, but there is going to be a lunar eclipse this Friday!

The longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century is happening July 27th, lasting 105 MINUTES. That is crazy long! The reason why it's so long is because of something super complicated. All we know is that it has to with how the planets align.

Well, there's one small catch. Unlike the solar eclipse last year we won't be able to see the lunar eclipse in the sky from New Jersey. You can see it online at the Virtual Telescope Project. Even though you won't be able to see it in person at least you're still witnessing history online!

Check out the website here.