Lunar eclipse

Today’s lunar eclipse will be the first full eclipse of 2011 and, at 100 minutes, will also be the longest lunar eclipse in more than a decade. In this Age of the Internet, the eclipse will be broadcast live on the Web. Beginning today at 11:20 a.m. PDT, you can see it on YouTube if you live in South America, Africa, Asia, Australia and Europe. Sorry, North America.

Note: if you get a server error, it’s probably because the server is very busy. Hit the refresh button on your browser.

lunar eclipse

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