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Total Lunar Eclipse

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posted on Oct, 13 2004 @ 09:42 AM
If this has been posted before, mods go ahead and dump it.
I thought it might be of some interest to ATS members here in the US.

On Wednesday night, Oct. 27th, North Americans can see a total eclipse of the moon.

It's a lunar eclipse. Beginning at 9:14 p.m. EDT (6:14 p.m. PDT), the moon will glide through Earth's shadow for more than three hours. Observers on every continent except Australia can see the event: The pale-white moon will turn pumpkin orange as it plunges into shadow, becoming eerie red during totality.

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