Bob Berman's Strange Universe: Extraordinary eclipse
December 2010: December 20/21 promises to be a bizarre night for skywatchers.
October 20, 2010
The oddest celestial event? This year there's an easy winner. It's the millennium's first total lunar eclipse completely visible from all of North America and Hawaii. And whoa, beat the drums, it happens right on the solstice.
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