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  Summary: On Dec. 10, 2011, the Moon passed through the shadow of Earth, producing a coppery-red lunar eclipse visible from the Pacific side of Earth. Get the full story from Science@NASA.
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Pornchai POP & Sukanya Boey,
Ek-kamai, Bangkok, Thailand
Dec. 10, 2011

Total Lunar Eclipse in Bangkok city, Thailand. 10 December 2011

Matej Sekeras,
Skalnate pleso, Slovakia
Dec. 10, 2011

The weather at Skalnate pleso, 1754 meters above see Level was relatively cold (-7 degree of Celsius, humidity 89 percent) but it was worth to stay outside and watch the eclipse... Olympus FE100,X710; F/5; exp.1s; ISO 250

Calcutta, India (now known as kolkata)
Dec. 10, 2011
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Total lunar eclipse as seen from Kolkata India on 10 Dec'2011 recorded a graze occultation of back ground star during totality. Equipment used 102mm Celestron refractor and Canon 1100D at prime focus.

Stephen O'Meara,
Maua Loa, Hawaii
Dec. 10, 2011

After much rain, the skies cleared just in time for us to see a stunning total lunar eclipse. This view, from the slopes of Mauna Loa volcano on Hawaii's Big Island, shows the coppery-red totally eclipsed Moon and some of the waning phases in the early morning.

Stephen Sullivan,
Santa Monica, California, USA
Dec. 10, 2011

Canon 5D MK II & EF 70-200 2.8L USM IS MK II @ 200mm, ISO 800, f/6.3 @ 2 Seconds

Lorenzo Comolli,
Tradate (VA), Italy
Dec. 10, 2011
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In Italy this eclipse was nearly invisible: the Moon rised near the end of the partial phase. These images show the Moon rising over my home town, Tradate, near Milan, Italy. Photo details: Canon 350D, 200 mm f/11, 400 ISO, time (and exp): 17.01 (1,3 s), 17.03 (1/2 s), 17.10 (2,5 s).

Dean Cosgrove,
Curtis, NE
Dec. 10, 2011
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Mother Nature "dishes" up a beautiful eclipse Moon set in Nebraska

Henk Bril,
Nieuwstadt, The Netherlands.
Dec. 10, 2011
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from The Netherlands only the last part of the lunar eclipse was visible. Low altitudes however give nice opportunities for a nice scenery!

Charlie Kiesel,
Fort Branch, Indiana
Dec. 10, 2011

Photo of partial lunar eclipse camera info: Sony H1; 1/40 sec; f 3.7; ISO 200; focal length 72mm Time: 6:48 AM CST

more images: from Thad V'Soske of Western Colorado; from Peter Lipscomb of Santa Fe, NM; from Sergio Castillo of Inglewood, California; from Christopher Handler of Adelaide, Australia; from Peter Lipscomb of Santa Fe, NM; from Pete Strasser of Kailua Kona, HI; from Steven Janowiecki of Bloomington, Indiana; from Doug Schmutz of Hamblin Valley, Utah; from Paul Schneider of Tucson, Arizona; from Joseph Shaw of Bozeman, Montana, USA ; from Jerry Zhu of Middleton, Wisconsin; from Gururaj of Mysore, Karnataka, India;