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Dark side of the moon

  • This photo of Saturday's lunar eclipse was taken at 5:50 a.m. from Brackett's Landing Park in Edmonds by William Lider of Lynnwood. The early stages o...

    Photo by William Lider

    This photo of Saturday's lunar eclipse was taken at 5:50 a.m. from Brackett's Landing Park in Edmonds by William Lider of Lynnwood. The early stages of the total eclipse were visible from western North America, just before the moon began to set. The eclipse also was visible from Asia, Australia and the Pacific.

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  • This photo of Saturday's lunar eclipse was taken at 5:50 a.m. from Brackett's Landing Park in Edmonds by William Lider of Lynnwood. The early stages o...

    Photo by William Lider

    This photo of Saturday's lunar eclipse was taken at 5:50 a.m. from Brackett's Landing Park in Edmonds by William Lider of Lynnwood. The early stages of the total eclipse were visible from western North America, just before the moon began to set. The eclipse also was visible from Asia, Australia and the Pacific.

This photo of Saturday's lunar eclipse was taken at 5:50 a.m. from Brackett's Landing Park in Edmonds by William Lider of Lynnwood. The early stages of the total eclipse were visible from western North America, just before the moon began to set. The total eclipse also was visible in Asia, Australia and the Pacific. Didn't catch it? Set your calendar for the next total lunar eclipse on April 15, 2014, according to the NASA Eclipse website.
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