Timing For The Total Lunar Eclipse Tonight

We have some high clouds that will continue to float over the Region tonight, but with some partial clearing in spots, you may be able to catch a view of the total Lunar Eclipse. Here’s the timing broken down for you:

2:02  Penumbral phase begins (only dedicated / creative photographers will attempt this)

3:09 1st contact with dark (umbra) shadows  263° x 31°

4:16 Start of the actual full eclipsed moon 274° x 20°  Moon is getting red

4:59 Max Eclipse (super red hue) 281° x 12°

5:38 Sky is brightening

5:42 2nd contact – end max eclipse

6:28 Sunrise time

6:49 Eclipse ends  6° below horizon

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