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  • Ashfield Dave
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  • Larry Teepot
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    i knew that

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  • polepot
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    Total Lunar Eclipse of March 03

    The first of two total lunar eclipses in 2007 is unique in that it is partly visible from every continent around the world. The eclipse occurs at the descending node, 3.2 days before apogee and 1.9 days after the Moon occults Saturn (northern and eastern Europe). During the eclipse, the Moon is in southern Leo, about 13ยบ east of the 1.3-magnitude star Regulus (alpha Leo). The Moon's orbital trajectory takes it through the northern half of Earth's umbral shadow. Although the eclipse is not central, the total phase still lasts 73 minutes. The timings of the major phases of the eclipse are listed below.

    Penumbral Eclipse Begins: 20:18:11 UT
    Partial Eclipse Begins: 21:30:22 UT
    Total Eclipse Begins: 22:44:13 UT
    Greatest Eclipse: 23:20:56 UT
    Total Eclipse Ends: 23:57:37 UT
    Partial Eclipse Ends: 01:11:28 UT
    Penumbral Eclipse Ends: 02:23:44 UT

    UT is Universal Time = GMT

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  • ridgeacre
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    Its all witchcraft

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  • polepot
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    Eclipse

    Tonight, red moon in an hour
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