A total lunar eclipse occurs Tuesday, November 8, 2022, early in the morning, and will be visible across the United States. The eclipse will begin about 3:02 am EST, reach maximum about 5:59 am EST, and end about 6:49 am EST. The next total lunar eclipse won’t take place until March 14, 2025.
Catch the eclipse on the beach and return Tuesday evening for the full moon bonfire to see the Full Blood Moon.
In addition, the International Space Station will also have a visible fly-by at 5:26 am.
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