(WHNT) The next partial lunar eclipse will be here before you know it, and if there’s one question everyone wants to be answered, it’s “where can I see it happen?”
Good news! There are answers. Bad news! You will need a lot of extra caffeine if you plan to watch this partial eclipse in its entirety.
According to timeanddate.com, the best time to watch it happen will be between 12:02 am and 6:03 am on Friday, November 19. Granted, that is a pretty wide window, but the site does list “peak” partial eclipse happening around 3:02 am. At maximum eclipse, the moon will appear red in color and be 97 percent covered by Earth’s shadow. You’ll want to look in the western sky.
The weather will cooperate early Friday morning for us to view the partial lunar eclipse. The sky will clear late day Thursday behind a cold front, making for good viewing conditions. However, it will be cold so make sure you have a heavy coat if you’re heading out to see it.
To see more locations or what the partial eclipse might look like in your area, check here.