November 19, 2021: A morning lunar eclipse is visible from across most of North America. The moon is almost completely immersed in Earth’s shadow at 3:02 a.m. CST.
May 26, 2021: This morning a lunar eclipse occurs. Your view of event depends on your location. Better views are farther west in the US and Canada. Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Ocean experience the entire eclipse. Bright morning planets Jupiter and Saturn are in the southeastern sky.
May 25, 2021: The bright moon is in the southwest this morning. Bright Jupiter and Saturn are in the southeastern sky before sunrise. Jupiter, brighter than all the stars this morning, is moving eastward among the stars of Aquarius. Saturn, to the upper right of Jupiter, is retrograding in Capricornus.
November 30, 2020: A penumbral lunar eclipse is visible across North American, South America, Pacific Ocean Basin, and most of Asia. As the eclipse ends Morning Star Venus sines from the east-southeast.
February Highlights: Jupiter and Mars in the morning sky during early February 2020 Moon Eclipses Mars on February 18 Saturn joins Jupiter and Mars later in the month Moon passes Jupiter (Feb 19) and Saturn (Feb 20) As Jupiter… Read More ›
Update: January 20, Lunar Eclipse Photo On January 20, observers across North America see a total lunar eclipse. Unlike a total solar eclipse that is only visible for a few minutes from a narrow strip of ground, a… Read More ›
From NASA/JPL A full moon is always a good reason to go outside and turn your head toward the sky, but those who do so early on January 31 will be treated to the sight of a total lunar eclipse. It’s… Read More ›
A lunar eclipse occurs on the morning of January 31 during the second full moon of the month and the new year. All the events of the lunar eclipse are visible from Asia, Australia, the Pacific Ocean Basin and western… Read More ›