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Total Lunar Eclipse December 2010: Lunar Eclipse Tonight, When Will It Happen Again And What Stars Are Affected?

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Total Lunar Eclipse 2010: What Stars Should Worry? When Will Lunar Eclipse Happen Again?

With the lunar eclipse tonight, people in Europe, the UK, the Americas, and the Pacific will experience a total lunar eclipse December 2010. The lunar eclipse December 2010 time will be either very late on December 20th, or early morning on the 21st.

This is the first time that there has been a total lunar eclipse in two years, and marks the Winter Solstice 2010. When will a total lunar eclipse happen again?

According to the lunar calendar, a total lunar eclipse will not occur again until April 15, 2014. Four years is a long time to wait for another total lunar eclipse, so you’d better watch tonight if you are curious to see it!

Astrology charts say that the Winter Solstice could be quite worrisome for people who fall under the Zodiac signs of Gemini, Capricorn, Cancer, and Sagittarius. Which celebrities should be concerned with the total lunar eclipse December 2010?

Gemini – Maybe The Tourist’s big flop at the box office had something to do with the stars? Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp are both Geminis.

Capricorn - Capricorn celebs include Kate Middleton, Vanessa Paradis, Sienna Miller, and Jim Carrey.

Cancer – More trouble for famous celebrity romances? Jessica Simpson, Prince William, and Tom Cruise fill out this category.

Sagittarius – Famous Sagittarius names include Katie Holmes, Jake Gyllenhaal, Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, and Scarlett Johansson.

Seems strange how some of these people haven’t exactly had the best luck lately…doesn’t it?

Will you be watching the total lunar eclipse 2010 tonight?

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