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The longest lunar eclipse in 1000 years occurs tonight.

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Sunday, 04 December 2011 23:14

Total lunar eclipse this coming weekend

For the night-owls, look up in the northern sky a little after midnight on Sunday December 11th and the moon which ought to be blazing down will be strangely dim.

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Australia had plenty of moon units gazing up at Earth's major orbiter early this morning, as a red, dead moondemption eclipsed the threat of ash - but wasn't able to overcome view-marring cloudy weather for some.

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With the first summer solstice lunar eclipse since 1378 almost upon us, much of the world will enjoy a great spectacle; but not those of us in Australia and Asia, who will see little or none of it.

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Saturday, 26 June 2010 00:01

Lunar eclipse set for Saturday, June 26, 2010.

On Saturday morning, June 26, 2010, a lunar eclipse will occur for people in the Americas. The 'Moon Illusion' lunar eclipse will occur as the Moon nears the horizon (Moonset). Elsewhere in Eastern Asia and Australia, the lunar eclipse will occur near Moonrise.

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