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Watch the Solstice Lunar Eclipse Online NOW as it happens!

December 21, 2010

You can watch the lunar eclipse that’s going on RIGHT NOW by clicking this link!

It’s very very cool!

But please come back to Art Predator and visit again! Subscribe by email!

www.slooh.com

It’s also on ustream: http://www.ustream.tv/spacevidcast

Enjoy!

I know, it’s not the same AT ALL as watching it live in person because it’s in black and white –I think?– so you don’t see any of the oranges and reds but it’s pouring down rain here in southern California and it looked like I’d have to drive for hours to go see it…Know that I was SERIOUSLY tempted!

Update–I was wrong! As the eclipse progresses, the color is starting to show! Very exciting! Photo above taken at 11:40pm Pacific Time!

Update–midnight: photo #2

PS I prefer www.slooh.com over ustream; just remember to periodically refresh. If you do that on Ustream you get adstream–ugh.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. December 22, 2010 9:53 pm

    Alas, we were clouded over in Vancouver. But I did feel the passing of full moon / eclipse / solstice as the end of something / beginning of the new. Not sure what, yet, that means.

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