The first lunar eclipse of 2019 will happen on the night of January 20th, peaking at around 9:30pm eastern time, 7:30 in Arizona and Mountain time, 6:30 Pacific. This will also coincide with a supermoon, when the Earth is closest to Earth. To view the phenomenon, just find a spot with a good view of the Moon that night. The entire event will take several hours to unfold.Read More The First Lunar Eclipse of 2019 — It’s Going to be a Supermoon (and Time)
The Lyrid Meteor Shower was seen on the weekend of April 21st and 22nd. The Eta Aquariids are currently visible from the southern hemisphere.Read More Look up! It’s the Lyrid Meteor Shower!