Lunar Eclipse and Winter Solstice starts Tonight
Tonight (Tuesday) at 2:41am EST a full lunar eclipse will occur and co-insides with our winter solstice. This will be our only Lunar Eclipse for 2010 and happens when the sun, Earth and moon are all perfectly aligned with the Earth in the middle. When the moon passes behind the Earth, the sun’s rays are blocked from striking the moon. This can only occur when the moon is full. Then at 6:31pm on Tuesday officially it is our Winter Solstice and is our shortest day of the year. At that point the days will get longer and spring will come closer! BRING SPRING ON MOTHERNATURE!!
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