Tue, 11/08/2022 - 1:00am

The November 8, 2022 total lunar eclipse is the second of the year. The Moon is traveling above the Pacific Ocean during this eclipse, so that both Hawaii and Alaska are well situated to witness the entire event from beginning to end. But totality is also visible in the early morning hours before moonset in all of North and Central America, and in the early evening after moonrise in Asia and Australia. This is the last total lunar eclipse for a while – the next one occurs on March 14, 2025.

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