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Lunar Roving: Pictures from Tuesday's Eclipse

The last time a lunar eclipse coincided with the winter solstice was in 1638; the next one is in 2094. But Tuesday's moon celebration also collided with another important event: Space shuttle Discovery began preparations for its final scheduled mission—set for early February—as it rolled out of its launch pad for tweaks and testing. Photos of the eclipse abound, but the above has got 'em beat: an earthbound view of the skies, and a rare historic moment captured in a still shot. Oh, and just for fun, this is pretty cool too.

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