Don’t have time for the full 3.5-hour lunar shadow tour? Watch it in a minute.
During the evenings of 18 and 19 November, our lunar neighbor did a show during, Few wonders witnessed the whole event, but in case you missed out, you can still enjoy the highlight reel.
Griffith Observatory in California livestreamed the event and then converted it into a one-minute time-lapse video. The eclipse lasted about 3.5 hours, so the short version is pretty dense.
The lunar eclipse may have been partial – meaning the entire Moon was not covered by Earth’s shadow – but it was almost total, with only a thin sliver of light left. If you look carefully, you can see that the moon is tinting a light red.
A one-minute eclipse is the perfect way to get a quick fix, but if you prefer to get a taste of its celestial events, you can still re-watch the entire Griffith Observatory stream and watch the moon at the slow wash of our planet’s shadow. can darken.