The eclipse is over folks, but you can see the photos at spaceweather.com... check it out!
Total Eclipse of the Moon
Topeka will see a partial eclipse with the moon setting in the trees. Denver may see the beginnings of the total eclipse if they have a nice clear view of the western horizon. Salt Lake City will see more of the totality before moonset. People in Sacramento may have a chance to see the moon emerging out of totality.
And what about Juneau Alaska? They will be able to see the complete eclipse! So if you are located in the white area of the map, you will see the entire show. If you are in the darker gray areas on the right side of the map, well... (You can click here to see a world map of the December 10th lunar eclipse.)
I just checked to see when the next total eclipse will occur for the states. It will be on April 15 2014. Click on the date and you will see the map for that eclipse. Again, white on the map is good even if it is a couple of years away!
(The software for the eclipse movies is free and can be found at http://www.stellarium.org/.)
The total eclipse of the Moon among the stars in northern Siberia.
Updated on December 17, 2011