Get your cameras ready. There will be a total eclipse of the moon on October 27. It will start clipping the moon about 8:14 pm Central time (I think that is 2:14am GMT) and reach total eclipse at approx. 10:23 pm. The total will last for approx. 80 minutes and then start comming out again. It should take another 1 1/2 hours to get full again. I missed the meteors so I'm hopeing for clear skys for this. It should be visable over most of the US, Central & South America as well as Western Europe. I'm going to try two cameras. One I will leave open for the entire eclipse. It should give me a dumbell shaped star/moon trail of the eclipse. The other camera I will either take multiple exposures, every 15 minutes (which might be hard to do), or a series of exposures over several rolls of film and then try to combine them into one (don't know how to do that either.... oh well, it's worth a try!). I believe they have some information on it and how to photo the sky on http://www.astronomy.com I hope someone gets this one. I'm praying for clear skys!