Total Lunar Eclipse Early Tomorrow Morning

Early Tuesday morning will bring the second total lunar eclipse of 2007 (read our coverage and viewing guide on the previous one here). This time around, the best place to view the eclipse is on the West Coast of the United States, as well New Zealand and the East Coast of Australia. However, the eclipse will be visible in most parts of the world save for Europe and Africa — almost the exact opposite of the last total lunar eclipse.

As I mentioned in our previous coverage, if you’d like to try your hand at photographing the lunar eclipse, this guide from has everything you need. Don’t worry, Mr. Eclipse promises it is “fun and easy!” If you take some good photos, be sure and share them on the Gadling Flickr pool. Who knows, maybe it will be selected as a photo of the day.