Mark your calendars!
... for the total lunar eclipse taking place at the end of this month on January 31, 2018. The total phase of this lunar eclipse, also known as a Blood Moon, will be visible from much of the United States including the San Antonio area and surrounding. That means Seguin, too!
This moon is also one of two Blue Moons this year. That means it is the second of two full moons that fall within the same calendar month. It is also the last of three straight full moon Supermoons. It’s a Super Blue Moon total eclipse that should not be missed!
What time will the Lunar Eclipse start?
For our area of Texas, the initial phase of the eclipse will start at 4:51 AM but the total eclipse will start at 6:51 AM and continue until 7:21 AM. This is a few minutes before sunrise, so it means waking up just a little earlier than usual. Totally worth it!
For more information about what to expect, check out Eclipses in San Antonio, Texas, USA.