Published On: Mon, Apr 14th, 2014

Stay ‘Up All Night’ to Watch the Lunar Eclipse!

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A total lunar eclipse visible from North America will begin early in the morning of April 15 at about 2 a.m. EDT.

NASA will host a live web chat during the eclipse on April 15, at 1 a.m. EDT until the end of the eclipse, at approximately 5 a.m. EDT.

The eclipse will be streamed live on the web by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.  Join the conversation on Twitter at #eclipse.


Spring is here and ready to capture the world’s attention with a total lunar eclipse. The eclipse will begin early on the morning of April 15 at approximately 2 a.m. EDT. If you have questions about the eclipse, this will be your chance!

NASA astronomer Mitzi Adams and astrophysicist Alphonse Sterling will also answer questions in a live web chat, beginning on April 15 at 1 a.m. EDT and continuing through the end of the eclipse (approximately 5 a.m. EDT).  The chat module will go live on this page at approximately 12:45 a.m. EDT. Convert to your local time here.

live Ustream view of the lunar eclipse will be streamed on this page on the night of the event, courtesy of Marshall Space Flight Center. The feed will feature a variety of lunar eclipse views from telescopes around the United States.


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