Tonight across the Eyre Peninsula, we’re lucky enough to see a lunar eclipse, and it’s not at an unreasonable hour (unlike recent ones)!
You’ll start to see it from around 7:15, the moon will start to get red as the earths shadow moves across the face with the Total eclipse running for about 20 minutes from 8:41pm.
It’ll be at it Maximum at 8:48 with the around 7 minutes before it finishes and you start to see the ‘regular moon’ return.
There will be another lunar eclipse in November, but it’s only partial – so way less spectacular.
Photo: Ben Cunningham - Grant Broadcasters