In the US, the lunar eclipse will be visible (weather permitting of course) in the wee hours of the morning before sunrise on Tuesday, November 8th. In Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia, PA, the early (penumbral) phase of the eclipse begins shortly after 3 am, the full (totality) phase begins around 5:16 am and ends around 6:41 am. The moon will set below the horizon just a few minutes after the totality phase ends in this area. This will be the last total lunar eclipse until March of 2025 though there will be partial and penumbral lunar eclipses during that time.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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