A total lunar eclipse with a “Blood Moon” totality lasting 85 minutes is coming to North America on Tuesday, November 8, 2022 for the last time until 2025.
It’s a celestial event lasting over five hours during which our satellite will drift into, then out of Earth’s shadow in space.
As it reaches its center it will turn a reddish-copper color. It’s visible to everyone in North America, the Pacific and East Asia.
Most astronomers will tell you that its best seen in western North America, where it will be seen in its entirety.
All you’re going to need are clear skies and wide eyes ... oh, and either an alarm clock or the ability to stay up very late.
The total lunar eclipse is a global event. Here’s the celestial schedule for North America on Tuesday, November 8, 2022.