Interested in seeing the Earth’s shadow fall on the Moon on the 31st of this month? Here’s a simple and elegant representation by timeanddate.com showing where on Earth it will be visible from. This is a lunar eclipse. It will be total roughly 5-6am Pacific Time. Because a lunar eclipse can only happen at Full Moon, you can only see it if it’s nighttime where you’re at. Western North America, Pacific, Australia, and Eastern Asia, mark your calendars!