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What are the #'s for a A total lunar eclipse happening early Tuesday morning?

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Posted: December 20, 2010, 4:40 pm - IP Logged

A total lunar eclipse will be visible (weather permitting) across North America Monday night, just in time for the longest night of the year. This will be the first time a lunar eclipse has fallen on the winter solstice since 1638.

The Earth’s shadow will begin to blot out the moon at 1:32 a.m. EST (10:32 p.m. PST). During totality, when the Earth is directly between the moon and the sun, the moon will turn a rusty orange-red for 72 minutes from 2:41 a.m. to 3:53 a.m. EST (11:41 p.m. to 12:53 a.m. PST).

Sky watchers in Europe, West Africa and South America will see only part of the eclipse before it is interrupted by sunrise (see chart below). This is also the last time a total lunar eclipse will be visible from North America until April 2014.

What do ya think this will bring in the way of #'s?

I'm seeing 2014, 1638, 1032, 1141, 1253, 072,132, 241, 353. Anyone have more numbers to add? What about numbers for "rusty orange-red"?

Link to the full story here. http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2010/12/solstice-lunar-eclipse/

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    Posted: December 20, 2010, 5:34 pm - IP Logged

    A total lunar eclipse will be visible (weather permitting) across North America Monday night, just in time for the longest night of the year. This will be the first time a lunar eclipse has fallen on the winter solstice since 1638.

    The Earth’s shadow will begin to blot out the moon at 1:32 a.m. EST (10:32 p.m. PST). During totality, when the Earth is directly between the moon and the sun, the moon will turn a rusty orange-red for 72 minutes from 2:41 a.m. to 3:53 a.m. EST (11:41 p.m. to 12:53 a.m. PST).

    Sky watchers in Europe, West Africa and South America will see only part of the eclipse before it is interrupted by sunrise (see chart below). This is also the last time a total lunar eclipse will be visible from North America until April 2014.

    What do ya think this will bring in the way of #'s?

    I'm seeing 2014, 1638, 1032, 1141, 1253, 072,132, 241, 353. Anyone have more numbers to add? What about numbers for "rusty orange-red"?

    Link to the full story here. http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2010/12/solstice-lunar-eclipse/

    LUNAR ECLIPSE:  0156, 2156

         ECLIPSE OF THE SUN:  0157, 2157

               ECLIPSE OF THE MOON    3D : 892  4D : 0892, 2892, 8039, 2137

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      CutlassBob's avatar - Sphere animated2.gif
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      Posted: December 20, 2010, 5:57 pm - IP Logged

      Thanks WILLWRK!!

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        Posted: December 20, 2010, 6:09 pm - IP Logged

        This is the first solstice eclipse in 372 years, last one being in 1638.

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          Posted: December 20, 2010, 6:12 pm - IP Logged

          This is the first solstice eclipse in 372 years, last one being in 1638.

          Hey I Like That, Thanks Coin Toss!

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            Posted: December 20, 2010, 8:41 pm - IP Logged

            This is the first solstice eclipse in 372 years, last one being in 1638.

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              Posted: December 20, 2010, 9:36 pm - IP Logged

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              Awesome, Hope some folks caught it!!

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                Posted: December 21, 2010, 11:47 pm - IP Logged

                A total lunar eclipse will be visible (weather permitting) across North America Monday night, just in time for the longest night of the year. This will be the first time a lunar eclipse has fallen on the winter solstice since 1638.

                The Earth’s shadow will begin to blot out the moon at 1:32 a.m. EST (10:32 p.m. PST). During totality, when the Earth is directly between the moon and the sun, the moon will turn a rusty orange-red for 72 minutes from 2:41 a.m. to 3:53 a.m. EST (11:41 p.m. to 12:53 a.m. PST).

                Sky watchers in Europe, West Africa and South America will see only part of the eclipse before it is interrupted by sunrise (see chart below). This is also the last time a total lunar eclipse will be visible from North America until April 2014.

                What do ya think this will bring in the way of #'s?

                I'm seeing 2014, 1638, 1032, 1141, 1253, 072,132, 241, 353. Anyone have more numbers to add? What about numbers for "rusty orange-red"?

                Link to the full story here. http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2010/12/solstice-lunar-eclipse/

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