The longest partial Lunar Eclipse in over half a millennium is happening soon. Here’s all you need to know about the time of the lunar eclipse tonight across every USA timezone.
According to reports, the partial lunar eclipse will be seen from much of Europe, much of Asia, Australia, North/West Africa, North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, and Arctic.
What time is the Lunar Eclipse tonight across every USA timezone?
Check the time for Lunar Eclipse all over the US timezone below.
Eastern time zone
Partial Lunar Eclipse in the Eastern time zone will start from 1.02 AM ET when the Moon enters the penumbra. The Moon will enter the umbra around 2:18 AM. The maximum eclipse will commence from 4:02 AM, and end at 7:03 AM.
Pacific time zone
The partial eclipse for the Pacific timezone will start from November 18th at 11:19 PM, Thursday to 2:47 AM Friday, with the major eclipse happening after 1 AM.
According to Space.com, the eclipse will last for 3 hours, 28 minutes, and 23 seconds, making it the longest in centuries.
Central time zone
The partial lunar eclipse will start at 12.02 AM CT when the Moon enters the penumbra. The Moon will enter the umbra around 1:18 AM CT The maximum eclipse will commence from 3:02 AM, and end at 6:03 AM.
Mountain Time Zone
The lunar eclipse for MST will start at 11:02 PM when the Moon enters the penumbra and ends around 5:03 AM.
How to watch the partial lunar eclipse
If you are somewhere the eclipse isn’t completely visible, there are live streams that you attend to take in the longest partial lunar eclipse happening almost after 500 years. Check here to watch the partial eclipse. For more information on the timezones, check here.