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!
Total Lunar Eclipse on 1/31/2018
by Joseph A'Hearn | Jan 7, 2018 | Astronomy, Eclipse, Featured, News, Outreach | 0 comments