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    The moon shows a partial eclipse early Friday morning, seen from Kennenbunk. The duration of the partial eclipse was three hours, 28 minutes and 24 seconds, the longest in 580 years, according to Space.com. Because of overcast skies in southern Maine, however, the partial eclipse was not visible until near its end, around 5 a.m. The partial eclipse happened during a full moon, known as the Beaver Moon or Frost Moon.

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    Clouds begin to clear in the sky above Kennebunk early on Friday morning, revealing the moon toward the end of its partial eclipse.

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    After the partial eclipse of the full moon has ended, it begins to set over the Mousam River in Kennebunk early on Friday morning.

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    After the partial eclipse of the full moon has ended, it begins to set over the the coast of Kennebunk early on Friday morning. Friday's full moon is often referred to as the Beaver Moon, because beavers are typically quite active during this time of year in preparation for winter.

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    After the partial eclipse of the full moon has ended, it begins to set over the the coast of Kennebunk early on Friday morning, where a person and a dog walk along Gooch's Beach.

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