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There will be a total lunar eclipse coming our way, beginning on Sunday, January 20 2019, and lasting into the 21st! The darkest shaded areas of the globe are where the entire eclipse is visible from start to finish. Moving outward from that region, portions of the eclipse are visible. Where can I see it? Totality of this lunar eclipse can be seen and experienced everywhere in the Western Hemisphere, as well as extreme Northern Asia, Ireland, England, and portions of France, Spain, and Scandinavia. When will this event be taking place? The eclipse will begins on January 21, 2019 at 0236 GMT and will end at 0748 GMT. For those who don’t want to convert GMT to our time zone(s), the eclipse will run from 9:30 p.m., on Sunday, January 20, 2019 until 2:45 a.m. on Monday, January 21, 2019, for those on US Eastern Standard Time. Why will this be happening? The moon will pass through the Earth’s shadow on the far side of the Sun. When that happens, the moon will appear red (what is known as a Blood Moon) and get very dark before emerging from the shadow on the other side. For more info check out: B&H Eclipse Info