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|Friday, January 05, 2001, updated at 18:14(GMT+8)|
Total Lunar Eclipse Visible in ChinaOn the morning of January 10, 2001, the first Total Lunar Eclipse in the new century will be visible from many areas in China.
According to China News Service, the total phase or totality will last over an hour. The moon will pass through the umbral shadow at 2:40 a.m, when the sunlight reaching the Moon will be partially blocked by the earth. The real totality will start from 3:50 a.m.
By PD Online staff member Yin Zhili
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