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    Use the Lunar Eclipse Computer to find information about the next total eclipse of the moon in your area.

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    Jackie (moderator)5 years ago |
    You are also right in saying that there are no future total eclipses as the drop-down menu only shows dates through 2013.
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    Jackie (moderator)5 years ago |
    Thanks for letting us know, Heidi! I will make sure the link is updated.

    In the meantime, here is where you can find the Lunar Eclipse Computer: http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/LunarEclipse.php
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    Heidi Nash   5 years ago |
    There is no future total eclipse viewable from the Lunar Eclipse Computer at this time. 9/27/12
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