Blood Moon

 On Nov. 8, the moon will offer an amazing sight that you won't see again until 2025: a total lunar eclipse that will turn Earth's nearest neighbor an eerie blood-red hue. If you're planning to watch it online, you have several free options available.

The Beaver Blood Moon lunar eclipse, as it's called (it happens during the Full Beaver Moon of November) will begin at 3:02 a.m. EST (0802 GMT) and reaches totality at 5:16 a.m. EST (1016 GMT) before ending at 8:56 a.m. EST (1356 GMT). The "blood moon" phase will be visible from North and Central America, as well as Hawaii, Alaska and parts of South America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, according to NASA(opens in new tab).

Be sure to check out on our guide on what time the total lunar eclipse will occur so you don't miss the last one for three years.

This will be the last lunar eclipse of 2022, and in fact the last eclipse of any type this year. But what if weather clouds your view of the full moon? Below is our rundown of the Nov. 8 total lunar eclipse webcasts we've found so far. 

The website will host a livestream of the total eclipse of the moon starting at 4 a.m. EST (0900 GMT) on Nov. 8. 

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The webcast will show views of the major portion of the lunar eclipse, including totality, and is accompanied by a live blog by in new tab) showcasing various milestones for the eclipse, including what else you can see in the night sky during the early-morning eclipse. 

You can watch the live webcast on the eclipse blog, or directly from YouTube(opens in new tab).