Both you and your family can possibly spot a Lunar Eclipse Sunday Night (May 15th, 2022)!!

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Zachary Veal, Teenager Meteorologist

Sunday Night (May 15th) into Monday morning (May 16th) is when a Lunar Eclipse will be happening.

 

Times to note below:

§ Partial Eclipse begins at 10:27pm

§ Total Eclipse begins at 11:29pm

§ Maximum Eclipse at 12:11am

§ Total Eclipse ends at 12:53am

§ Partial Eclipse ends at 1:55am

A lunar eclipse is an event in which the earth’s shadow is cast upon the surface of the moon. With light bending around the earth/through the earth’s atmosphere, the moon appears red, giving it the nickname of a “Blood Moon.”