The diagram shows where the moon will be ink the western sky at 5 am about 20 minutes or so after the partial eclipse has started
Put your camera on a tripod, have fun, and at least enjoy the event!
If there are hills on your horizon, or you live in a valley...the moon may be obscured by the hills at Totality
This diagram is for 6:30 am near Mid-eclipse
For details about the eclipse go to Sky & Telescopes web site
You have almost an hour when the Moon is Totally eclipsed from 6:05 to to 6:57 am
But Moon will be really low in the sky in the North West , it will set when the sun rises.
Sunrise Saturday morning is: 7:39am
|December 10th's Total Lunar Eclipse|
|Penumbra first visible?||12:05||6:05 a.m.||5:05 a.m.||4:05 a.m.|
|Partial eclipse begins||12:45||6:45 a.m.||5:45 a.m.||4:45 a.m.|
|Total eclipse begins||14:05||—||7:05 a.m.||6:05 a.m.|
|Mid-eclipse||14:32||—||7:32 a.m.||6:32 a.m.|
Total eclipse ends
|14:57||—||7:57 a.m.||6:57 a.m.|
|Partial eclipse ends||16:18||—||—||—