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Page with pics of the eclpse is HERE
      Sat Nov 27 2004 01:15 PM Attachment (414 downloads)

THERE is a page with pics of the lunar eclipse found

click on attachment in the header of this post to get a preview

HERE FROM Cape Coral Florida
26.5630N, 81.9500W

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* Lunar Eclipse LI Phil Sat Nov 27 2004 01:15 PM
. * * Page with pics of the eclpse is HERE capecoralbill   Sat Nov 27 2004 01:15 PM
. * * Re: Page with pics of the eclpse is HERE Keith234   Sat Nov 27 2004 01:25 PM
. * * Re: Page with pics of the eclpse is HERE LI Phil   Sat Nov 27 2004 01:22 PM
. * * Re: Lunar Eclipse danielwAdministrator   Wed Oct 27 2004 11:34 PM
. * * Re: Lunar Eclipse James88   Thu Oct 28 2004 03:25 AM

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