Total Lunar Eclipse on Thursday, February 21

A total lunar eclipse will be on Wednesday evening, February 20 and Thursday, February 21, 2008, the first of only two lunar eclipses in 2008 and even the only total eclipse. Get ready to go and observe @ 04:26 AM CET!

The next total lunar eclipse will be on December 21, 2010!

For several hours, the Earth will block the sunlight on the moon, and create a shadow fully covering the moon. The full Moon in shadow will turn into a shade of red color.

Let’s hope the weather will be clear tonight.

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