Live Stream of a Partial Lunar Eclipse: Watch the Beaver Moon Online

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Watch the Beaver Moon Online During a Partial Lunar Eclipse

Although technically a partial eclipse, the moon will reach up to 99.1% coverage at times during the November “beaver moon,” which is as close to totality as you can get without being a full eclipse.

If the weather doesn’t cooperate, you can watch the lunar eclipse online using the live streams provided below.

According to NASA, the eclipse will peak at 4:03 a.m.

3:03 a.m. (Eastern)

2:03 a.m., Central

1:03 a.m., Mountain

On Friday, November 19, at 8:00 a.m. Pacific,

If you want to see the moon when it has a reddish hue, you’ll have to wait until around 3:45 a.m.

From 4:20 a.m. Eastern to 4:20 a.m.

In the east.

At 1:02 a.m., the whole thing starts.

Beginning at 7:04 a.m. Eastern and ending at 7:04 a.m.

The partial eclipse will last until 2:19 a.m. Eastern time.

4:20 a.m. Eastern

Oriental.

View the Eclipse on the Internet

A variety of live streams, including the ones listed below, are available to watch the partial lunar eclipse (the beaver moon) tonight.

The first comes from the website TimeandDate.com.

You can watch the video below if it does not appear in your browser.

At 7:00 a.m. UTC (which is 2 a.m. EDT), live coverage begins.

On November 19, at 8:00 p.m. (Eastern),

A live stream of the lunar eclipse is also available on Virtual Telescope.

If the video below does not appear in your browser, click here to view it.

The Moon will offer a beautiful partial eclipse on November 19, 2021, well visible from the Americas and the Far East, according to the YouTube channel.

As in the past, the Virtual Telescope Project will collaborate with some of the world’s best astro-imagers to bring you the breathtaking beauty of this once-in-a-lifetime event…”

The above stream starts at 7:00 a.m. UTC.

On November 19, at 10:00 a.m. Eastern,

Weather permitting, the eclipse will be broadcast by Griffith Observatory.

If the video below does not appear in your browser, click here to watch it.

The Lowell Observatory also has a live stream of the eclipse.

If the video below does not appear in your browser, click here to view it.

“Watch the 2021 Partial Lunar Eclipse with us!” wrote Lowell Observatory. “Starting at 12:15 a.m. on November 19, we’ll be showing you live views of the eclipse through our 14-inch PlaneWave and portable Vixen refractor.”

Educators will also discuss eclipse science,…

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