On Thursday & Friday 18-19th Nov is the longest Lunar Eclipse of the century. If the skies above you are clear, look up to see the Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse. The full moon will slip into Earth’s shadow during 3 hours and 28 minutes. It’s not a full total eclipse, however at its peak only 2.6% of the moon will remain lit by the sun.
According to NASA, for people on the U.S. East Coast, the partial eclipse begins 2am in the morning, maximum at 4am – that’s the best time to be watching the moon. On the West Coast, you’ll want to be watching from 11pm with a maximum at 1am.
For times that are tied to exactly where you’re located find out here.
The UK will experience the beginning of the eclipse.