December 17, 2010 |
Stay up late next Monday night and into early Tuesday morning to see a lunar eclipse. The eclipse begins at 1:33 a.m. Eastern on Dec. 21. The eclipse peaks at 3:17 a.m. and ends at 5:01 a.m.
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I shall try.
I will attempt to. Maybe set my alarm extra early
WOW!thats cool very very cool my dad said”THAT IS SO FANTASTIC!”
I have never seen one before I hope I live in the eastern.
you do not have to in the eastern to see it.
hope to see it!!!!!
Remember, solar eclipses are very VERY rare.
this is my first time I’m going to see an eclipse:)!!!!!
we probably eont see it here in indiana because of the bad weather
I did not get to see the eclipse on 12/21/10 it was to foggy.
This type of eclipse during a winter solstice happens every 350 years. SOB SOB !
It was pooring rain I couldn’t see any thing,
we did nt have eciipse sence 1635
WE HAVE SEEN ECLIPSES AFTER 1635
I’ve seen one in 2010 last week
i didnt see it
next one in 2690
no way, puzzle master! my astrology merit badge counselor says the next one will occur in 2013!
how do you know
I saw it. It was neat!
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