The moon will begin to move into the Earth’s shadow at 10:27 p.m. Sunday.Then the total lunar eclipse will start an hour later at 11:29 p.m.Totality will last just under 90 minutes.
John French, program assistant with the Abrams Planetarium at Michigan State University, says the moon will take on a reddish color.
Two lunar eclipses occur each year, and the next will be a total lunar eclipse in November, Petro said.
Then there will not be another total lunar eclipse until March 2025
“That sunlight is hitting the Earth’s atmosphere, and the longer wavelengths of light, the red, get bent into the shadow,” “Exactly how dark or light that is varies from one eclipse to another.”