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What the Total Lunar Eclipse Looked Like Where it Wasn't Raining

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Last night's total lunar eclipse was a rare event, and one that we missed out on witnessing here in Southern California thanks to our stormy skies. Sharing a date with the Winter Solstice for the first time since 1554, North America reportedly had some of the best views on earth...except for Californians under the cover of rain-choked skies. Here's what the total lunar eclipse looked like in places where it wasn't Rainpocalypse 2010.