Is it possible to see the lunar eclipse at the South Pole in December?


Answer from: Roman Canadian:
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No, because in the middle of a polar day the full moon will be below the horizon.  To see the full moon near the solstice (~22:12) one must be north of the south tropic (+-5 degrees - tilt of the lunar orbit to the ecliptic)


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