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Watch the sky for the upcoming total lunar eclipse: June 15th
posted June 13 2011 19:01.50 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Be prepared, because this is not going to be "yet another lunar eclipse". The moon will pass directly through the center of Earth's shadow cone. The last time that this happened was 11 years ago, and the next time that it's going to happen again is in 2018. The eclipse will be visible from Africa and central Asia rising over south America, western Africa and Europe, and setting over eastern Asia. Visit this link for more info.

Photo: wikipedia

[Link: universe today]
Tags: eclipse   crazy photo/video   tips   extreme   moon   news   space related   

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