Winter Solstice Lunar Eclipse

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Wed, Dec 22nd, 2010 20:00 by capnasty NEWS

In case you missed it or thought "this is taking forever, it's so damn cold out here and why am I out here looking upwards like an idiot? Screw this, I'm going home", on December 21, 2010, between 1 AM and 5 AM EST, we had a winter solstice lunar eclipse. It was slow, cold and there was no music background, so maybe you are better off just seeing the video above.

You can also click here for photos.

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