Mon, 12 Dec 2011 13:25:21 GMT | By Tom Phillips
December 2011 Total Lunar Eclipse: in pictures

Total Lunar Eclipse



Total Lunar Eclipse (© REUTERS/Hugh Gentry)
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The lunar eclipse sets over the North Shore of Oahu in Haleiwa, Hawaii on December 10. The second total lunar eclipse of 2011, the December eclipse was the last total eclipse for over two years - the next will be in April 2014.

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