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The Best Sites For Learning About A Lunar Eclipse

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With last night’s total lunar eclipse, I thought I’d put together a quick list of related sites.

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Here are my choices for The Best Sites For Learning About A Lunar Eclipse:

What Causes A Lunar Eclipse? is an interactive from MSNBC.

Total Lunar Eclipse: How It Works is an interactive from The Guardian.

Eclipses is an animation from Kids Know It.

Lunar Eclipses Explained is a short video from NASA.

A total eclipse of the moon is a series of amazing photos from MSNBC.

Year’s last lunar eclipse gives heavenly show is an article and video from CNN.

The total lunar eclipse in pictures is from The Telegraph.

Here are more great lunar eclipse photos.

Lunar eclipse coincides with winter solstice is a series of photos from The Sacramento Bee.

Here’s a time lapse video of an eclipse from The Washington Post.

The Denver Post also has eclipse photos.

Here are even more photos from The Huffington Post.

Total Lunar Eclipse is a slideshow from The Wall Street Journal.

A chilly solstice (and lunar eclipse) is from The Big Picture.

In pictures: lunar eclipse is from The BBC.

Lunar eclipse of December 10, 2011 is from The Boston Globe.

Solar Eclipses: An Observer

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