"For the first time in 372 years, the winter equinox and a total lunar eclipse happen on the same day, and North America is one of the best spots to view the show."
"The lunar eclipse with begin in 2:40 in the morning on the East coast and will last 72 minutes. A little bit more than 14 hours later, the winter solscist occurs, when the North Pole is farthest from the sun."
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Of course, I'm going to have my camera out to record this awesome phenomenon, tomorrow on Tuesday the 21st of December.
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