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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NOW. IT IS STARTING NOW! Depending on your time zone, the total lunar eclipse will begin either every early the morning on Tuesday, December 21, or very late the evening of Monday
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A lunar eclipse happens when the sun, moon and earth are all in alignment with each other. The moon is blocked by the earth from reaching the sun. You can find more information here
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Tonight is. Dec 21, 2010. Courtesy U.S. Naval Observatory Email. Print December 20th, 2010 - Tonight. There is a lunar eclipse on December 20 or 21 – depending on your time
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No, not tonight. The final lunar eclipse of 2010 is set for early
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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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