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What time is the total lunar eclipse of the blood moon on 8/11?

This NASA graphic shows the stages of the total lunar eclipse of Nov. 8, 2022 in Eastern time as the moon moves from right to left.
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The last total lunar eclipse until 2025 will hit the moon on Tuesday 8/11, but exactly when to look depends on where you are.

The solar eclipse, called the Beaver Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse since it occurs in November Beaver Full Moon, will be visible in North America, the Pacific, Australia and Asia. During the solar eclipse, the full moon will pass Earth’s shadow as it moves behind our planet with respect to the Sun, giving it a spectacular bloody color in the process. You can Watch the total lunar eclipse on Space.com free, courtesy of several webcasts from observatories in the United States.

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