If you’re in the Americas, Asia, or Oceania, you should be able to witness a total lunar eclipse tomorrow, November 8. Unfortunately for those of you located in Europe, Africa, or Antarctica, you won’t be able to see this one at all.
Between 09:10 and 12:49 UTC, the Moon will pass completely through the Earth’s dark shadow, also known as umbra. First the Moon will get darker gradually and then it will shift to a rusty red or blood red color.
Unlike the solar eclipse from last month, I will be able to see this lunar one and hope you will too.
See more information and other astronomical events in our stargazing calendar for November 2022.