Blood Moon Eclipse 2021 YouTube Live-Stream Links: Five Places to Watch the Longest Partial Lunar Eclipse This Century

UPDATE: A partial lunar eclipse occurred! These are stunning photos from all over the globe of the 97% moon eclipsed. Also, here are the dates for the next “Blood Moon” lunar eclipses.

On Friday morning , our natural satellite will turn a reddish or copper color as seen from North America and South America. This reliable YouTube livestream is available with many other options below.

It will last for three hours, 28 minutes, and 23 seconds.

This article will tell you everything about the partial lunar eclipse, and how to view it live from your computer.

What time is the ‘Blood Moon” eclipse?

A lunar eclipse will make Friday, November 19, 2021 the Moon turn reddish in the early hours. If you are looking for a quick glimpse of a full moon red, the key moment is at 04:02 AM EST/01:02 AM PST on Friday November 19, 2021.

To see the Moon slowly turn red, which is a beautiful sight under clear skies, be outside from 02:18 to 04:02 a.m. EDT on Friday, November 19, and 2021/23:18 to 04:02 PST on Thursday November 18, 2021 through 01.02 a.m. PST Friday, November 19. 2021.

Find the exact celestial timetable for your location, and consult the interactive map of the event.

What will happen during the “Blood Moon” eclipse

The full Moon will pass through Earth’s shadow of 870,000 miles/1.4million km in space, or at least most of it.

This partial lunar eclipse is only 97.4%. Although a small sliver of the Moon will still be visible in the sunlight, nearly all of its disks will turn red.

Why does the Moon turn red?

Our planet will align with the Sun and Moon during the event. Our atmosphere will reflect the Sun’s light onto our Moon, as the Moon passes through the Earth’s shadow. It’s like thousands upon thousands of sunsets and sunrises projected onto the lunar surface.

Online viewing of the Blood Moon’ eclipse

These are five YouTube livestreams that provide live coverage of the partial moon eclipse.

1. will broadcast livestreams on YouTube starting at 07:00 UTC to accompany this eclipse. You can expect lots of live views and background information.

2. Virtual Telescope Project

The Virtual Telescope Project confirmed that it would host a live stream covering the upcoming lunar Eclipse. The team will be made up of imagers from all parts of the globe to provide the most comprehensive coverage. These include Australia, Panama and Canada, as well as the United States. The coverage will begin at 07:00 UTC on 19 November.

3. High Point Scientific

High Point Scientific, a telescope retailer, is livestreaming this eclipse on YouTube starting at 2:00 AM EST.

4. Astronomical Society of South Australia

The Sun will set in South Australia from Adelaide, just like the partially eclipsed Moon rises in the East. A special online event will be hosted by the South Australian Astronomical Society (ASSA). This will allow you to see the Moon rise into the sky above southern Australia. Its colour changes as it moves out of Earth’s shadow.

The network of imaging telescopes in South Australia, Victoria, and Queensland (and farther if necessary), will offer close-ups along with expert commentary, short presentations, and activities. You can also expect post-eclipse telescopic views of Jupiter and Saturn, star clusters, and galaxies.

5. Lowell Observatory, Flagstaff, Arizona

Lowell Observatory will show live views from the eclipse starting at 12:15 am on November 19. This will be done through a PlaneWave telescope 14 inches in diameter and a Vixen telescope portable. Education experts will discuss the science behind eclipses, how to see them, Lowell’s relationship with the Moon, and other topics.

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