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The final Lunar Eclipse of 2011 will start at 11:33 GMT on the 10th December and end at 17:30 GMT with totality lasting 51 minutes between 14:06 GMT and 14:57 GMT.

The best views are for observers in Australia and Asia where the complete eclipse will be visible. Skywatchers in the US will see the eclipse just before dawn while European observers can view the eclipse just after sunset when the Moon rises. No eclipse is visible for the people of South America.

Total Lunar Eclipse (Fred Espenak NASA)

This is the last total lunar eclipse until the 15th April 2014, until then observers will have to make do with partial eclipses.

Total Lunar Eclipse Visibility Chart (Fred Espenak NASA)

Total Lunar Eclipse Visibility Chart (Fred Espenak NASA) - pdf format