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Cape Canaveral:Night owls and early risers in North America will be able to watch a rare celestial show on Tuesday as Earth's shadow falls across the moon, shifting its color from bright orange to blood red to brown, depending on local weather conditions.The lunar eclipse will unfold over three hours beginning at 1:58 a.m. EDT when the moon begins moving into Earth's shadow. A little more than an hour later, the moon will be fully eclipsed and shrouded in a red glow.The celestial show will be over by 5:33 a.m., according to astronomers at the University of Texas's McDonald Observatory.Eclipses occurs two or three times per year when the sun, Earth and the full moon line up so that the moon passes through Earth's shadow.Tuesday's eclipse will be the last full lunar eclipse visible from the United States until 2019, NASA said.Weather permitting, the eclipse will be visible from most of the country, with the exception of New England and Alaska.Alaskans can get a view of the moon rising already partly eclipsed. From New England, the moon sets before the eclipse ends.NASA plans live coverage of the eclipse on NASA TV, the NASA.gov website and on its social media accounts. Coverage will begin at 2 a.m. EDT.Reuters

Fruits part of croc diet: study

from PTI

Fruits part of croc diet: study

Scientists have found the American alligator and a dozen other crocodile species enjoy an occasional taste of fruit along with their normal meat-heavy diets of mammals, birds and fish.


Women choose hairstyle for aged after turning 46?

from IANS

Women choose hairstyle for aged after turning 46?

According to a research, 46 is the age when most women decide to choose a hairstyle appropriate for older look.

Stay in a floating cottage in Kerala

from IANS

Stay in a floating cottage in Kerala

The Poovar Island Resort is 20 km from Thiruvananthapuram, where you can stay in a floating cottage, relax to an Ayurvedic massage, sample the local cuisine and indeed, sample all of Kerala in one spot.

Randeep Hooda to walk the ramp

from IANS

Randeep Hooda to walk the ramp

Model-turned-actor Randeep Hooda is set to walk the ramp for designer Rajat Tangri at the forthcoming Lakme Fashion Week Winter-Festive 2013.

Top five ways to make nails healthy

from IANS

Top five ways to make nails healthy

From keeping them clean to a proper diet, it is essential to properly look after your nails.

Relationships cause weight gain: research

from IANS

Relationships cause weight gain: research

Being in love is the most wonderful thing that can happen to someone, but a new survey says that being in a relationship is the main cause for weight gain.

Delhi residents, NRIs top online shoppers

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Delhi residents, NRIs top online shoppers

The festive season has seen a 65 percent rise in online shopping in India, with residents of the national capital scoring over those in other cities