Are you ready to enjoy the magic of 84 minutes on the moon? From Sunday, May 15, 2022 to Monday, 16 June 2022, a rare 100% red “Blood Moon” will be visible in North America for 84 minutes.
Where to broadcast ‘Blood Moon’ live
There are 4 reliable streaming sources around the world for this event. It is here (if you need to quickly convert from UTC and other timezones to your own timezone) go here):
The Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona, where the dwarf planet Pluto was discovered in 1930, will broadcast a total lunar eclipse live through a 12-inch plane wave telescope. Giovalle Open Deck Observation Deck.
This work begins on Sunday, May 15th at 7:15pm PDT, during which time you will be able to see live images of “Blood Moon” and a solar-themed presentation by Lowell staff.
Showing a live view of the full event starting May 16, 2022 02:00 UTC, Timeanddate.com offers some of the most reliable live streams for both lunar and solar eclipses.
Telescope retailer High Point Scientific is broadcasting a total lunar eclipse live. It all starts on May 15, 2022 at 10:00 PM EDT.
A live feed for the Rome-based Virtual Telescope project is scheduled for 02:15 UTC on May 16, but there will be images and live feeds from all over the world.
The Kopernik Observatory & Science Center, a public observatory in Vestal, New York, will go live on May 15, 2022 at 8:30 PM EST. This includes a pre-lunar telescope tour of the lunar surface. 9:32 p.m. EDT when the first semilunar eclipse begins.
As seen from the observatory’s location, the Moon will be 12.5º above the eastern horizon, meaning the entire event will be visible and broadcast. Kopernik’s astronomer Jeremy Cartie can chat and answer questions throughout the stream.
‘Blood Moon’ live broadcast
Although various live streams start at different times, the eclipse is a global event. Below is the North American celestial sphere schedule from Sunday, May 15, 2022 to Monday, May 16, 2022.
In between these hours, go outside (if you’re not sure, stay indoors and watch the full story on YouTube), you can watch “Blood Moon” in a glorious red hue.
- Sunday 15 May 2022 to Monday 16 May 2022 11:29 pm-oo:53 am EDT (up to 00:11 am full time)
- Sunday, May 15, 2022 10:29-11:53 PM CDT (max total 11:11 PM)
- Sunday, May 15, 2022 9:29-10:53 PM MDT (max total 10:11 PM)
- Sunday, May 15, 2022 8:29-9:53 PM PDT (maximum full time 9:11 PM)
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Hope you have clear skies and wide eyes.