Wolf Moon Eclipse 2019
On January 20-21, 2019 overnight, a fabulous Total Lunar Eclipse occurred. One of the best eclipses in decades to come to New England, the entire East Coast USA was setup for perfect viewing. The eclipse began at 9:36 pm EST, January 20th and ended at 2:46 am EST, January 21st.
Temperatures during the eclipse dropped to 3°F with wind chills dropping to -20°F. Though the sky was fabulously clear. During the maximum eclipse stage, which lasted a little over an hour, the red Moon hung in the sky silhouetted by the wintertime Milky Way, the Messier 44 open star cluster, the Messier 46 & 47 open star clusters, and thousands of stars. It was truly a sight to see!
At Frosty Drew Observatory, we archived the entire eclipse on 20 second intervals and have a data set comprised of 884 images. This gallery will feature the best images, and moments of the 2019 Wolf Moon Eclipse. Enjoy!
Last Entry: February 14, 2019