TIMELINE: Super Blood Wolf Moon Viewing Times For Tonight

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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