Lunar eclipse June 2010

A lunar eclipse June 2010 will take place on the 26th. The best visibility will be in the center of the Pacific ocean. Viewers located to the east of the eclipse will see the beginning. Those to the west will catch it on the tail end.
Lunar Eclipse June 2010
Residents in certain sections of North and South America will be able to see the eclipse in its initial stages including areas in Brazil and Venezuela. If the weather is clear, some people in the southeastern U.S. will be able to get a glimpse. The dividing line for lunar eclipse June 2010 runs through the state of Georgia and continues north to Minnesota. States located to the west of the dividing line will be able to see the eclipse until sunrise Sunday morning.

Coincidentally, or not, the movie “Eclipse,” which is the 3rd installment of the Twilight Series is scheduled to open in theaters on June 30. On June 26, the same evening as the lunar eclipse June 2010, a free screening of the first movies “New Moon” and “Twilight” will be shown at Petco Park in San Diego. Fans should not be worried, however, as Dr. Carlisle Cullen will be on hand to protect viewers.


Comments

  1. shanai says:

    carlisle is the love of my life,,, soooo bumed i couldn’t go to the park. and i live in san diego.

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