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Submission + - First Winter Solstice Lunar Eclipse Since 1638 (wired.com)

mdsolar writes: The first total lunar eclipse to fall on the longest night of the year (in the northern hemisphere), Winter Solstice, since 1638 can be seen tonight from North America and Hawaii. Let the Revels begin.
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First Winter Solstice Lunar Eclipse Since 1638

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