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Clouds in Forecast for Night of Eclipse

20 Dec 2010, 22:07 UTC
Clouds in Forecast for Night of Eclipse
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Viewing tonight’s total lunar eclipse is looking unlikely from many parts of the southwestern United States due to significant cloud cover. If there’s a break in the clouds and you are ordinarily up in the late evening, maybe you’ll catch a glimpse. For those on Mountain Standard Time, the eclipse begins at 11:33 p.m. tonight (Monday, December 20) with totality beginning after midnight at 12:41 a.m.
Below is a mosaic of photos captured during the last good lunar eclipse. For more information on this eclipse as well as future events check out www.mreclipse.com/LEdata/TLE2010Dec21/TLE2010Dec21.html
Photos courtesy of M. Beckage

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