When Is The Best Time To See The Lunar Eclipse

When is the next lunar eclipse? A new moon on Thursday, February 11th at 10:22 am EST. A partial solar eclipse will occur on Saturday, March 4th at 9:38 pm EST as seen from New York City. The full moon of April 15th 2019 will be a blue moon and won’t produce an opportunity for a total lunar eclipse until October 31st 2020! Here’s how to see any lunar eclipses that may occur in your area over the next couple of years.

How often does a lunar eclipse happen? This is the first time since January 1854 that this has occurred so it is quite rare! After July 2018 there are no more opportunities for these spectacular events until 2024 – which means we have plenty of time to plan ahead and book tickets now if you want to watch this year’s event…

How far away from New York City can I go to view the Lunar Eclipse? In North America, observers should look toward central Asia or southern Africa between 1 hours before dawn on Friday morning (Feb 12) and 2 hours after sunrise on Sunday morning (Feb 14). Don’t forget that where you live near NYC might affect your viewing options too; only parts of Canada were able to catch sight of recent eclipses because they happened after midnight local time here in North America…