Tonight’s Lunar eclipse is making history. It will be the longest partial Lunar Eclipse in 1,000 years!
Beginning at 10:02 pm PST, 11/18/21, and ending at 4:03 am PST in the wee hours of Friday the 19th, with the peak happening at 1:03 am PST.
It is technically a partial eclipse because a small portion of the Moon will not enter the umbra (full shadow) of the earth, but the majority will. So, we can expect that reddish tint, which is actually the light of the sun refracting around the earth, revealing all of the sunrises and sunsets that are happening around the earth simultaneously!