Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Lunar Eclipse TONIGHT!!!!

All across the US today people can watch Lunar Eclipse. According to NASA, the best view should be about 8:26 MST (in other words, Colorado's time). Ahh, to be in the west where one doesn't have to stay up late to see the eclipse! Now for all those readers outside the US, check out this page for what everyone else in the world gets to see.

Not going to be able to see today's Lunar Eclipse? The friendly folks at NASA have a whole page devoted to Lunar eclipses, with the information that South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia can see a partial eclipse on August 16th, but the next total eclipse (which is what we have tonight) isn't until December 21, 2010.

Want more space resources? Check out the library's guide.

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