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I just want to see some fireworks when that missile hits the satellite.
 

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Discussion Starter #4 (Edited)
I'll be watching it. Does anyone know what time PST?
8:05 p.m. EST-Moon starts to enter the penumbra, the lighter, outer part of the Earth’s shadow. We won’t notice much for about 30 minutes.
8:43 p.m. EST-Moon starts to enter the umbra, the dark, inner portion of the Earth’s shadow. We will see a dark notch appear on the eastern edge of the full moon. Partial phases follow.
10 p.m. EST-Moon is completely within the umbra. Total eclipse begins.
10:52 p.m. EST-Moon begins to leave the umbra. Partial phases follow.
12:09 a.m. EST -Moon leaves the umbra. Very subtle shading remains.
12:45 a.m. EST -Moon leaves the penumbra. Eclipse is over.



Subtract three hours for PST?



Missed it, was raining.
 

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Att 77 yrs of age I have seen such things before, so like so many others I hit the sack, at my normal time & had a good sleep.
 

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Smitty hasn't seen a prime time tv show in 20 years. Of course he isn't going to watch it.

I was actually out and saw it. Pretty cool.
 
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