With the courtesy of Slooh
Cloudy skies can ruin your chance of seeing the moonlight moon in 2019 in the moon moon total lunar eclipse on Sunday night – but Slooh people have a solution.
The only complete lunar eclipse of the year in the player at the beginning of this article. The coating begins at 22:30. Eastern Standard Time.
It is indeed shameful that the clouds may obscure this eclipse ̵
- The eclipse begins on Sunday evening at 23:41 EST and the whole quantity lasts more than an hour until 12:43 on Monday.
- Umbral eclipse begins at 10:33 pm Then the full shadow of the Earth begins to pass over the moon.
- The moon's sunrise is at 5:28 am in Boston and 5:35 am in Springfield, Mass., So the moon will be well above the horizon and will be easy to see wherever you are if weather permits.
- It will be visible in the United States if the sky is clear enough. There is no complete lunar eclipse until May 26, 2021. During the live broadcast of Sloch, local astronomers Paul Cox and Paige Godfrey and Sloch Helen Avery's narrator will discuss not only the science behind the lunar eclipse but and its cultural impact.
Sloo, based in Washington DC, Connecticut, teaches people to explore space through automated observatories that are distributed in real-time to the Internet. Visit Slooh.com to shoot and share your own pictures of this live event, interact with our hosts and guests, and personally control Slooh's telescopes.