Are you ready to witness 84 minutes of magical moonlight? A 100% reddish “Blood Moon”, which will be visible in North America from Sunday, May 15, 2022 to Monday, 16, 2022, will be visible during a rare total lunar Eclipse.
Where can I livestream the “Blood Moon”
For this event, there are four reliable streaming sources around the world. These are the links (and is where you can quickly convert UTC and other times-zones to your time zone).
Lowell Observatory, Flagstaff, Arizona – where dwarf planet Pluto was first discovered in 1930 – will livestream the total lunar eclipse using a state of the art 12-inch Planewave Telescope. It is located at its Giovale Open Deck Observatory.
The action starts at 7:15 PM PDT on Sunday May 15th. During this time, you will see live images from the “Blood Moon”, and receive presentations about eclipses by Lowell’s staff.
Timeanddate.com provides live streams of both solar and lunar eclipses. It will show live views from 02:0 UTC on May 16, 2022.
viewing on YouTube is not enough. You can also watch the broadcast on Timeanddate.com, as well as view its excellent animations and maps.
High Point Scientific, a telescope retailer, will be live with views of total lunar eclipse. All of it begins at 10:00 EDT on May 15, 2022.
4. Virtual Telescope Project
Live feeds will be available from the Virtual Telescope Project in Rome at 02:15 UTC on May 16.
Livestreaming will be started by the Kopernik Observatory & Science Center in Vestal, New York on May 15, 2022 at 8:30 p.m. ET. The livestream will feature a tour of lunar surface before and after the eclipse, using its telescopes. It will end at 9:32 PM EDT when the first penumbral lunar eclipse begins.
The Moon will be visible from the observatory’s location at 12.5o above east horizon. This means that the entire event can be seen and broadcast. Jeremy Cartie, Kopernik astronomer, will be available to answer questions and chat throughout the stream.
How to livestream the “Blood Moon”
The eclipse is a worldwide event, even though the livestreams start at different times. Here’s the schedule of the celestial events for North America from Sunday, May 15, 2022 through Monday, 16, 2022.
You can go outside during these times, or, if you’re unsure, stay indoors and watch totality YouTube for the best view of the “Blood Moon”, in stunning reddish hues.
- 11:29 p.m. -oo:53 AM EDT Sunday, May 15-16, 2022 (peak at 00:11 AM).
- 10:29-11.53 p.m. CDT Sunday, May 15, 2022 (peak at 11:11 pm.)
- 9:29-10.53 p.m. MDT Sunday May 15, 2022 (peak at 10:11 pm.)
- 8:29-9.53 p.m. PDT Sunday May 15, 2022 (peak at 9:11 pm.)