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≈Total Lunar Eclipse Winter Solstice 2010≈

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Starts:

2:40 AM EST

 

eclipse's entirety is 72 minutes and a few seconds

eclipse from start to finish is about 5 hours 35 minutes

 

not another lunar eclipse in northern hemisphere until 2014

unusually, winter solstice occurs about 14 hours later.

 

peeps:

http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/lunar-eclipse-2010-takes-place-tonight/story?id=12439971

 

nerds:

http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/OH/OH2010.html

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not another lunar eclipse in northern hemisphere until 2014

 

 

seeing as how the world will end in 2012, technically, this is the last lunar eclipse in the northern hemisphere ever.

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werd, hide them bitches

cuz this year the eclipse is rapin e'rybuddy out here

 

 

word up though .. the moon doesn't disappear but it dims a lot

AND this year the moon is expected to turn copper red.

should make for some great photos

 

and yeah! you're welcome, dunno who one here cares about thiz

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seeing as how the world will end in 2012, technically, this is the last lunar eclipse in the northern hemisphere ever.

 

Doubt it. But things will be definitely different in the new age (Aquarius). Though I wouldn't doubt a significant amount of the population could decrease over the next few years. But that would more than likely be at our own hands.

Even if I'm wrong about everything I just said (and I could be) the world still won't end, we just won't be here in the same physical form :scrambled:

Anyway, not trying to derail the thread. My bad.

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word words!

 

i will be pretty happy if i can stay up for it, get some flicks AND post em.

we'll see.

i have a mega-cool boss now though so she wouldn't care if i'm in late tomorrow.

 

as for the end of the world, i see it like my dad does:

it would be far to simple and simply awesome, for us all to go out in a big bang blaze of glory

the actual end-of-the-world will be a long, painful, torturous slog.

it's coming, one way or another, just a matter of whether or not WE destroy it before the sun or an asteroid does.

 

and now back to our regularly scheduled programming.

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this is cool and i'd totally try an take pictures if i didn't live in pixburgh where the sky's overcast and grey from sept. till march....

 

 

please post some pics tomorrow those of you that actually get to see this...

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so this is happening tonight? awesome.

it just snowed here so im gonna pitch a tent in the woods and sit around a fire drinking and smoking weed, playing my acoustic singing bard songs of rangers and warriors to the woodland animals while coyotes hold down the choruses howling at the eclipsed moon. come tomorrow i will be known as the Northeast Beastmaster.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

not really, sounds like a solid idea though.

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2:40 am

then stare for 72 minutes.

 

i don't have an impressive zoom lens, and hopefully i'll be awake, we'll see

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