by Staff Writers Greenbelt MD (SPX) Posted Dec 17, 2010
The next total lunar eclipse will begin when the moon moves into Earth's penumbral shadow on December 20, 2010 at 5:29 UTC. Lunar experts from NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center will be hosting two live Web chats to discuss the eclipse. On Monday, Dec. 20 from 3-4 p.m. EST, Dr. Rob suggs will answer your questions. Later on Dec. 20, make plans to to stay "up all night" with astronomer Mitzi Adams at she answers your questions from midnight to 5:00 a.m. EST. Joining the chat is easy. Simply...(more)...
By Joe Rao Space.com...When skywatchers think of meteor showers during the month of December, they immediately think of the Geminids, which over the years have evolved into the most prolific and reliable of the dozen or so annual meteor displays that take place. And yet, there is also another notable meteor shower that occurs during December that...(more)...
Dec 16 2010, 9:35 AMGuest241 (guest): WED 12-
Dec 16 2010, 4:50 PM
Latexo (guest): Meteor 12/
Dec 16 2010, 10:46 PMBrandyK (guest): Saw a huge fireball lasted about 3 seconds in the East sky traveling southwest in Midland,