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Eclipse tonight...

What time is the eclipes tonight?

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Asked by HannahMayr at 12:10 AM on Dec. 21, 2010 in Just for Fun

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  • 1:55 a.m. Central Time

    Answer by admckenzie at 12:11 AM on Dec. 21, 2010

  • Thanks....I forgot about that!

    Answer by spottedpony at 12:13 AM on Dec. 21, 2010

  • I beleive NASA that the first possible images will begin around 12:15am central time.... the eclipes scallops should begin to show fully around 12:33am central time.... total eclipse is around 1:41am central time and I beleive it's end should be around 4:01am central.

    Good luck seeing it!!

    Answer by AAAMama at 12:14 AM on Dec. 21, 2010

  • I'm not sure if I'll be able to stay up that late, we'll see! Thanks for the awswers!

    Comment by HannahMayr (original poster) at 12:31 AM on Dec. 21, 2010

  • no

    Answer by sta517 at 12:35 AM on Dec. 21, 2010

  • What about mountain standard? lol I wanna watch!

    Answer by Heidikans at 1:05 AM on Dec. 21, 2010

  • LilyPondOasis

    Answer by LilyPondOasis at 1:13 AM on Dec. 21, 2010

  • The Stir said it was 3 17 EST..

    Answer by -AJ at 1:20 AM on Dec. 21, 2010

  • From

    From beginning to end, the eclipse will last about three hours and twenty-eight minutes. For observers on the east coast of the U.S. the eclipse lasts from 1:33am EST through 5:01 a.m. EST. Viewers on the west coast will be able to tune in a bit earlier. For them the eclipse begins at 10:33 p.m. PST on December 20 and lasts until 2:01am PST on Dec. 21. Totality, the time when Earth's shadow completely covers the moon, will last a lengthy 72 minutes.

    Answer by Liansmommie at 1:26 AM on Dec. 21, 2010

  • If that is true for west coast, then it should be shortly for me. We shall see! I'm going outside now, lol.

    Answer by -AJ at 1:29 AM on Dec. 21, 2010

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