09 Dec 2011 Total Lunar Eclipse Saturday December 10, 2011

There will be a total Lunar Eclipse visible on Saturday December 10, 2011 from 6:06am  – 6:57am in the Northern Western United States.

Next Total Lunar Eclipse visible in this area will be April 15, 2014. More information on this photo, Shadow and Substance, click here. There are also amazing graphics that will show you what you can see in the eclipse.

Please use this video from NASA below for more information about the total Lunar Eclipse on Saturday.You do not need a special device to look at a lunar eclipse (they are needed for Solar Eclipse).

Video: A Super Sized Lunar Eclipse

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