Total 'Flower Moon' Lunar Eclipse Of The Moon In Mid-May

A total eclipse of the moon is the highlight for sky-watchers in May this year, occurring on the evening of May 15 and the early morning hours of May 16 across the United States

Meanwhile There Will Be Plenty of planet activity in the eastern early morning skies before sunrise for us to enjoy

East Coast Observers Will See The entire eclipse in a dark sky, while in the Midwest the full moon will rise already partially inside the Earth’s shadow

The Moon Enter The deep umbra part of Earth’s shadow at 10:27 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time

The First Sign Of The Eclipse will be a grayish creep across the moon giving way to a reddish-orange coloring.

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