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Total Lunar Eclipse Will Occur Tomorrow (November 8, 2022)

Lunar Eclipse January 2019
Total Lunar Eclipse January 21, 2019 in Germany. Photo by Markus Trienke. License: CC BY-SA 2.0.

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.

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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.

Total Lunar Eclipse Nov 2022 NASA

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Paul Tomaszewski is a science & tech writer as well as a programmer and entrepreneur. He is the founder and editor-in-chief of CosmoBC. He has a degree in computer science from John Abbott College, a bachelor's degree in technology from the Memorial University of Newfoundland, and completed some business and economics classes at Concordia University in Montreal. While in college he was the vice-president of the Astronomy Club. In his spare time he is an amateur astronomer and enjoys reading or watching science-fiction. You can follow him on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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