Winter Solstice Arrives with Lunar Eclipse
solstice we experienced a full lunar eclipse at 2:41AM EST.
The winter solstice has not coincided with a total lunar eclipse
since 1638, 372 years ago. This is not only an extremely rare
event but a minor meteor shower also sent a few shooting
stars through the darkened sky during the height of the eclipse.
For the winter-weary, NASA streamed the eclipse live,
so you can still see the moon from an indoor vantage point.
Everyone else brave enough to weather the cold, can howl away.
The solstice marks the darkest day of the year which means as we
enter into winter we grab a little more daylight….:)
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