This is the last Lunar Eclipse of the year… Actually the last for another three years! Unlike a Solar Eclipse, this one is okay to look at (you won’t blind yourself staring at the moon).
The Beaver moon (full moon for November) will pass through the earth’s shadow for about three and a half hours. Here’s the full rundown:
Partial Umbral Eclipse begins at 4:09am – The moon enters the earth’s shadow
Total Lunar Eclipse begins at 5:16am – The moon turns dark orange or red
Greatest Eclipse begins at 5:59am – The Mid point of the eclipse
Total Lunar Eclipse ends at 6:41am – The moon begins to leave the shadow as it sets in the West
Set your alarms and get ready for a great show!