Lunar Eclipse Falls on Winter Solstice for First Time since 1638
---will begin Tuesday (1:33 A.M.- ET)* and will take 3 hours, 38 minutes:
Graphs and animated illustration for total Eclipse of the Moon for December 21, 2010, includes international time zones: http://www.shadowandsubstance.com/
*This lunar eclipse also may be seen in totality from northern and western Europe, some of northeast Asia, Hawaii and New Zealand, according to Space.com. In total, some 1.5 billion people may have a chance to see the full eclipse...