Total Lunar Eclipse (201012210004HQ)

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    The Washington Monument is seen as the full moon is shadowed by the Earth during a total lunar eclipse on the arrival of the winter solstice, Tuesday, December 21, 2010 in Washington. From beginning to end, the eclipse lasted about three hours and twenty-eight minutes. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)

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    1. lynn.belley 40 months ago | reply

      Just beautiful

    2. barreirasonia 40 months ago | reply

      São todas maravilhosas.Sonia Barreira/Santos/São Paulo/Brasil

    3. Nakeva 40 months ago | reply

      AWesome!!!

    4. royalLD 40 months ago | reply

      Very nice...

    5. E>mar 40 months ago | reply

      wonderful

    6. coll993 [deleted] 40 months ago | reply

      Stunning shot...Thanks for sharing..( Seen in yahoo.front page ).

    7. f650biker [deleted] 40 months ago | reply

      Cool shot

    8. f650biker [deleted] 40 months ago | reply

      New stadium watching Mir.

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    9. duklapragueawaykit 40 months ago | reply

      Is it just me or does that washington monument thing look like a ku klux klansman?

    10. Jeffrey Sullivan 40 months ago | reply

      Nice shot! I'm producing a timelapse video of the total lunar eclipse from over 2400 photos I took. Here's one image from the sequence, taken during the total eclipse, as the moon cast an intense red light on the landscape:

    11. bobby hill2010 40 months ago | reply

      I wanna be the washington monument when I grow up

    12. Camillo Biasci 39 months ago | reply

      The rocket is ready to launch, the countdown has begun!

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