Tonight is a big night…there is a full moon, a total lunar eclipse and the marking of the Winter Solstice. Could there be other significant cosmic alignments? Most probably. This is a very interesting time to be alive to witness, so let’s make it a time of love, compassion and kindness!
Eclipse starts to happen (partial) at 1:33 Eastern Standard Time
Total eclipse coverage of moon starts at 2:41 until 3:53 a.m. EST
Eclipse ends at 5:01 EST.
 Here is the video I made of it!
Lunar eclipse in 2 minutes Dec 21 2010 Toronto, Canada (Sugarplum Fairy Eclipse):
20 minute version of the lunar eclipse: