What Time Is the Lunar Eclipse Tonight?

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There will be a total lunar eclipse on October 8, 2014 starting at 8:17 AM UTC and ending at 1:32 PM UTC. It will be visible in Australia, the Pacific, and the Americas.
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When you posted this question, the eclipse was already over.
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2011 Eclipses: Partial Solar Jun 01, Total Lunar Jun 15, Partial Solar Jul 01,
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Set a camera on a tripod and have the "sunny 16" rule in mind. I know the lunar eclipse is over this year, but this applies to photographing moon in general, so why not
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It's on now, but it isn't visible from the Americas.
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The last total lunar eclipse was on February 20, 2008. That Wednesday night was the last time to witness a total lunar eclipse until this year, 2010. Be on the lookout for the exact date and time. You can find more information here: http://www.findingdulcinea.com/news/science/Feb-08/Last-Total-Lunar-Eclipse-Until-2010-Tonight.html
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