How to watch the lunar eclipse of the flower of the moon today in a free live broadcast

A lunar eclipse will join the Venus full moon in May 2023.

On Friday (May 5) at 11:15 a.m. EST (1515 GMT), the lunar eclipse will begin as the moon enters the outer edge of Earth’s shadow. This particular type of lunar eclipse is known as a penumbral, which means that skywatchers will be able to see the moon’s face dim without it disappearing completely. The event will peak at 1:24 PM EST (1724 GMT), about two hours after it began, and end at 3:32 PM EST (1932 GMT) as Earth’s shadow leaves the Moon again.

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