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By Nate | August 27, 2007
Anybody getting up early to try to catch some of the total lunar eclipse? The action’s supposed to start at 4:51am tomorrow (Tue, Aug 28), and though the onset of dawn will keep it from getting too dramatic, it’s bound to be cool to see.
If you have any amateur astronomists, X-Files-philes, or Star Trek fans in your fam, I know we have some cool science fiction gifts for them. But this lunar eclipse thing has me thinking… Hey, I know: How about a Full Moon Bear?
D’oh, too late!
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