It has been announced that a lunar eclipse is going to be visible to North Americans. Based on where you live, the eclipse will be visible somewhere between Monday night and Tuesday morning.
The lunar eclipse will only be visible in the event that the skies are clear. Also, this event is a reality only for people that live in North America, Central America and some regions of South America. You should know that we are in front of the only total moon eclipse of this year.
On the West Coast you will see the peek of the lunar eclipse at 11:41 PM and the East Coast will have the peak at 2:41. Specialists have said that the eclipse will last for around three and a half hours so there is no problem if you miss the start.