Full Lunar Eclipse on December 21

Happy Solstice… Take a nap and make sure not to miss this one. :wink:

Full Lunar Eclipse on December 21

Skygazers across North America will enjoy a total lunar eclipse early in the morning on December 21, lasting more than three hours, NASA said.

For observers on the east coast of the U.S., the eclipse lasts from 1.33 am EST through 5:01 am, EST.

Viewers on the west coast will be able to tune in a bit earlier. For them, the eclipse begins at 10:33 pm, PST on December 20 and lasts until 2:01 am PST on December 21.

Thanks Joe this could be great if you have clear skys .

Nice…thanks, we’ll check it out. :smiley:

Snowing here. Too bad.

Yep, gonna be hard to see through the blizzard but may mean a strange game tonight.

Yep, ya gotta get beyond the clouds…:smiley:

Too much rain here. I can’t see anything outside! I was looking forward to seeing it too.

Just perfect, crystal clear sky in Tampa. :smiley:

Tiny bit of haze but still clear. About 2/3 at this time.

Dark Side Of The Moon :smiley:

Only clouds for me. But, hey, it’s going up to 82F today :slight_smile:

I imagine some of you fell to your knees and worshiped the Great Sun God and Moon God.

Freedom of worship… an American right. :wink:

Imagine this instead. :smiley:


Wow! It was fantastic about 2:30 AM.

Thanks, again, for the heads up, Joe. :smiley:

We had clouds here last night but you can see photos of the event here.