MOON on Sunday 12/19/10

Full Lunar Eclipse to be 12/21/10

There will be a Full Moon & Lunar Eclipse along with the annual Winter Solstice or the official first day of Winter; a rare event. The last time they happened together was in 1638. The total eclipse lasts more than an hour fromb 02:41 am to 03:53 am EST on Tuesday morning, Dec. 21st. Begins at 1:33am.
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jayjay says ... on Tuesday, Jan 4 at 2:18 PM

the moon turned orange it's so pretty:)

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Anonymous says ... on Tuesday, Dec 21 at 10:12 AM

It's over now; you'll have to wait maybe another 362 years to see a full-moon along with a total-lunar-eclipse coinciding with the 1st day of winter. Was too cloudy but it did get dark.

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Mike hunt says ... on Tuesday, Dec 21 at 8:43 AM

how come now one told me

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Michelle says ... on Tuesday, Dec 21 at 4:42 AM

yeah you can look. Its cool...

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kevin says ... on Monday, Dec 20 at 8:18 PM

can you look straight at it?

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Ronnie says ... on Monday, Dec 20 at 8:05 PM

so how long dose it uasually last for?:)

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