Lunar Eclipse on December 2010

Total Lunar Eclipse on December 21, 2010. The people of the world has never been complete or total lunar eclipse in three years, compared to previous comprehensive or complete solar eclipse or lunar eclipse was in 2008, the eclipse of February 20.

The reporting of NASA's lunar eclipse in December 2010, a total or you can say full moon eclipse will be clear on the night between 20:21 sighted in December this year. 20. December is midnight this historic opportunity to bring as Eastern Standard Time, which will be unique and widely seen in South and North America.

Places to see the moon eclipse on the night of December 20/21. North and South America, Pacific Islands, Greenland, north-western and north-west Africa. For the Pacific Islands, Hawaii and Alaska, the eclipse begins early to mid-evening on Dec. 20. On the west coast of the United States, the eclipse will start in late December the 20th. As far as the east coast of North America and the west coast of South America, the eclipse occurs in the early morning hours of Dec. 21. In North West Europe, northwest Africa and the eastern coast of South Africa, the moon in eclipse seen near or at dawn on December 21.

Places you can see the lunar eclipse tomorrow - on the evening of Tuesday, December 21. North-East Asia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Far East (New Guinea), eastern Australia, and New Zealand. If you live in this part of the world, look at the already obscured the moon rise over your eastern horizon just after sunset in the north-east on Tuesday, December 21. dikelola oleh tiga orang pemuda (Abede Thalib, Alyssa K, Lisa Nathalia) yang sementara belajar menulis, dan berdedikasi untuk menyampaikan informasi terbaru yang diketahuinya.

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