NASA’s lunar eclipse page: http://sunearth.gsfc.nasa.gov/eclipse/lunar.html
The moon is engulfed in the Earth's shadow during a total lunar eclipse on in this Oct. 27, 2004, file photo as viewed from Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. The last total lunar eclipse until 2010 occurs Wednesday night, Feb. 20, 2008, with cameo appearances by Saturn and the bright star Regulus on either side of the veiled full moon. (AP Photo/Doug Murray, File)
It’s 7:35 pm here in southern Wisconsin. We have a crystal clear night (down to FIFTEEN BELOW tonight!) so I’ve got the binocs at the ready.
Just the slightest shadow is on the left side of the Moon right now. It’s so cool! :)
There’s a ‘copter circling around out here...must be some Moon Gazing Yuppies come out to the country for some “dark,” LOL!
Dang, total cloud cover here in Tulsa.