BEATRICE – About 30 cars were in the lot of the Homestead National Monument of America’s Heritage Center this morning, with people getting a look at a full lunar eclipse.
Monument Chief of Interpretation and Resource Management, Susan Cook, says clouds occasionally obscured the view somewhat, but people got a good chance to see the celestial happening, when the skies would break up.
Cook says there’s a lot going on, with this eclipse.
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Cook says eclipse events of the sun and moon have helped extend the reach of the national monument near Beatrice.
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People were on the patio along the west side of the Heritage Center early today, with a good view of the moon to the west, over the native prairie.