For those without cloud cover above, tonight offers a spectacular show: A rare Winter Solstice lunar eclipse. As they so often do, our friends at Gawker have done a superb job telling us everything we need to know about the event. Except the references to peyote and murder--they're kinda kidding about that--unless of course your plans include peyote and/or murder. The critical hours are between about 2-4am on the East Coast. You'll be able to tell who the astronomy buffs are tomorrow: they won't have gotten any sleep tonight. If you'd rather sleep in, we'll have pictures of it tomorrow night.
We hope you can join our broadcast tonight.