The last lunar eclipse of the year is coming up on November 8th.
The last time a total lunar eclipse happened was on May 15th-16th of this year. That eclipse was visible from portions of the Americas, Antarctica, Europe, Africa and the East Pacific.
This upcoming Lunar Eclipse on November 8th however, will be visible in parts of Asia, Australia, North America, parts of northern and eastern Europe, and most of South America.
Not sure what exactly you will be looking for?
According to space.com (seems like a pretty reputable website to me), “Lunar eclipses occur when Earth is positioned between the sun and the moon, casting a shadow across the surface of the moon.”
This eclipse will be the last one for awhile too; we will not experience another total lunar eclipse until March 14th of 2025.
According to timeanddate.com, we should be able to see the eclipse in North Carolina from November 8th at 3:02am, through 6:49am. Maximum eclipse will happen at 5:59am. So set your alarms early if you want the full show!