Your NW Indiana viewing times for the eclipse tonight (Sunday, January 20th 2019)

We have the latest forecast on our Facebook Page HERE

PENUMBRAL ECLIPSE

8:36 PM (the Full Moon will lose its brightness – you can skip this stage)

PARTIAL ECLIPSE BEGINS

9:33 PM (the Moon will start to get reddish in one corner, and slowly spread – kind of creepy, yet fascinating)

FULL ECLIPSE OR TOTALITY 

10:41 PM (the whole of the Moon will be reddish – wow! This is Totality, and it’s when to start looking, if you haven’t already)

MAXIMUM ECLIPSE

11:12 PM (this is the centerpoint of the event – the Moon will be at its most reddish. If you only have time for to look for five minutes, this is the time)

FULL ECLIPSE ENDS

11:43 PM (the Moon will begin to lose its reddish-ness)

PARTIAL ECLIPSE ENDS 

12:50 AM (the Full Moon will regain its brightness – you can go inside now)

PENUMBRAL ECLIPSE ENDS

1:48 AM (the Full Moon returns to normal)

Enjoy everyone! Hopefully we’ll have some clearing in spots…

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