Total Lunar Eclipse 2022

Join me, in conjunction with Time and Date and the Amateur Astronomers Association on the evening of May 15-16, for a live stream of the total lunar eclipse, starting at 11:00 PM EDT! Weather permitting, you can catch the live-stream through various platforms:


A total lunar eclipse takes place when the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon and its shadow covers the Moon. Eclipse watchers can see the Moon turn red when the eclipse reaches totality.

This total lunar eclipse is the first of two for 2022, with about 1 hour and 25 minutes of totality fully visible (weather permitting) from across the 48 contiguous United States.

To learn more about our Moon, visit NASA's Solar System page!