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)
January 31,2018 will be a big morning for skygazers across the United States, as a lunar eclipse is coming, featuring a blue moon, blood moon, and supermoon.
Here’s how you can see this amazing astronomical event.