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Sunday, February 17, 2008

Total Lunar Eclipse February 20

A total eclipse of the Moon occurs during the night of Wednesday, February 20/21, 2008. The entire event is visible from South America and most of North America (on Feb. 20) as well as Western Europe, Africa, and western Asia (on Feb. 21). This is the last lunar eclipse visible in the Eastern U.S. for three years. The eclipse will occur between 8:43 PM and nine minutes after midnight, with the full eclipse at 10:26 PM and may be seen where weather cooperates.

1 comment:

Hailee said...

this is so cool i have never seen a lunar eclipse before!
i cant believe this i am so amazed at the eclipse!
i have a few questions:is it dark when a solar eclipse happens? and are you really wieghtless during a solar eclipse? so if you would please respond back at: haileerene@gmail.com!


thnx~ hailee! :) ;) :) ;)
xoxoxo!