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The last full moon of 2010 occurs tonight 12/20-12/21 at 08:15 12/21 GMT. This coincides with a full lunar eclipse which will be visible across all of North America the night of 12/20-12/21 starting at 05:27 GMT, reaching the greatest eclipse at 08:17 GMT and ending at 11:06 GMT. Part of the eclipse will also be visible in South America and Asia.

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The last full moon of 2010 occurs tonight 12/20-12/21 at 08:15 12/21 GMT. This coincides with a full lunar eclipse which will be visible across all of North America the night of 12/20-12/21 starting at 05:27 GMT, reaching the greatest eclipse at 08:17 GMT and ending at 11:06 GMT. Part of the eclipse will also be visible in South America and Asia.

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