Heads up, you may want to set a reminder on your phone to keep your eyes on the sky on May 15 as there is going to be a full moon eclipse coming that night.

May’s full moon reaches its peak on May 15-16, 2022, plus, this full moon, which is being referred to as the "Flower Moon", will coincide with a total lunar eclipse for most of North America.

Now, I'm no astrologist - far from it, not even close to being an expert - but I do think it's really cool when these different moons appear in our sky. Whether they're super bright, a cool color, or look incredibly large, there's just something about seeing the moon in a different way.

A lunar eclipse is another one of those phenomena that are just really neat as well.

Here's what we know about the one that's coming on May 15th into the 16th.

  1. The Moon will begin entering the partial shadow of Earth at 9:32 p.m. EDT on Sunday night, May 15
  2. The darkening of the Moon will not stand out until the Moon starts entering the full shadow of the Earth at approximately 10:28 p.m.
  3. It will take until 11:29 p.m. for the full shadow of Earth to cover the Moon.

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