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Old 12-19-2010, 12:49 AM
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Default Red Lunar Eclipse coming!

http://bigthink.com/ideas/25574



What I don't get, is if it starts at 1 am EST on tuesday, does that mean 10pm on monday night for west coast people?

EDIT: NVM, here you go!

Eastern Standard Time:

•Penumbral eclipse begins 12:29 AM EST
•Partial eclipse begins 1:33 AM EST
•Total eclipse begins 2:41 AM EST
•Greatest eclipse 3:17 AM EST
•Total eclipse ends 3:53 AM EST
•Partial eclipse ends 5:01 AM EST
•Penumbral eclipse ends 6:05 AM EST

Central Standard Time:

•Penumbral eclipse begins 11:29 PM CST
•Partial eclipse begins 12:33 AM CST
•Total eclipse begins 1:41 AM CST
•Greatest eclipse 2:17 AM CST
•Total eclipse ends 2:53 AM CST
•Partial eclipse ends 4:01 AM CST
•Penumbral eclipse ends 5:05 AM CST

Mountain Standard Time:

•Penumbral eclipse begins 10:29 PM MST
•Partial eclipse begins 11:33 PM MST
•Total eclipse begins 12:41 AM MST
•Greatest eclipse 1:17 AM MST
•Total eclipse ends 1:53 AM MST
•Partial eclipse ends 3:01 AM MST
•Penumbral eclipse ends 4:05 AM MST

Pacific Standard Time:

•Penumbral eclipse begins 9:29 PM PST
•Partial eclipse begins 10:33 PM PST
•Total eclipse begins 11:41 PM PST
•Greatest eclipse 12:17 AM PST
•Total eclipse ends 12:53 AM PST
•Partial eclipse ends 2:01 AM PST
•Penumbral eclipse ends 3:05 AM PST

The Universal Time (UT) of the eclipse will be:

•Penumbral eclipse begins 5:29 UT
•Partial eclipse begins 6:33 UT
•Total eclipse begins 7:41 UT
•Greatest eclipse 8:17 UT
•Total eclipse ends 8:53 UT
•Partial eclipse ends 10:01 UT
•Penumbral eclipse ends 11:05 UT
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