Wednesday, October 27, 2004

One for Patrick

There's a total lunar eclipse tonight visible from just about everywhere. One small problem - there's a good chance of cloud cover in Europe which might make viewing it a little difficult. This page comes to the rescue with links to various webcams with more information about the eclipse and how it happens. There's also extensive linkage which is where I found the time info.

The start of the eclipse is scheduled for 1:06am locally (BST (GMT+1)). I may have cocked the times up as the clock fiddling always confuses me so more timezones and the times for various phases here.

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