Where to look for the minor lunar eclipse on Friday
Weather permitting, observers in the eastern half of North America should get a good view of the penumbral eclipse.
Two more lunar eclipses this year will occur on May 25 and Oct. 18, so if you miss this one, there’s still a chance to see another one.
How to watch Wednesday’s lunar eclipse on online
The eclipse won’t be as dramatic as a total lunar eclipse, but will likely still delight skywatchers.
Partial lunar eclipse to kick off month of great skywatching
Skywatchers in North and South America, Australia and eastern regions of Asia will be treated to a partial lunar eclipse on June 4 around 7:00 a.m. EDT.
Stunning photos from the total lunar eclipse
This eclipse also gave observers an extra special treat, with the low-hanging moon appearing to be inflated and supersized.
Total lunar eclipse to be visible this weekend
To see the last eclipse of the year, stay up late Friday night or get up early Saturday morning.
Rare lunar eclipse meets full moon
While the eclipse won’t be visible in North America, many sources will be streaming the event on the Web.