Students gain piece of history to study

The last full moon of 2010 occurs tonight 12/20-12/21 at 08:15 12/21 GMT. This coincides with a full lunar eclipse which will be visible across all of North America the night of 12/20-12/21 starting at 05:27 GMT, reaching the greatest eclipse at 08:17 GMT and ending at 11:06 GMT. Part of the eclipse will also be visible in South America and Asia.

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The last full moon of 2010 occurs tonight 12/20-12/21 at 08:15 12/21 GMT. This coincides with a full lunar eclipse which will be visible across all of North America the night of 12/20-12/21 starting at 05:27 GMT, reaching the greatest eclipse at 08:17 GMT and ending at 11:06 GMT. Part of the eclipse will also be visible in South America and Asia.

Zakary Hicks, Reporter

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An official Apollo Moon mission training capsule is coming to the high school planetarium.  

“The capsule is heading for restoration and then final stop for display and education at our AAHS Neil Armstrong Planetarium and Space Race Museum,”  history teacher James Lowe said.  

This allows students to study astronomy more in-depth and understand it more.