The longest lunar eclipse in 1000 years occurs tonight.
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.
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.
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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