Beaver Moon Eclipse 2022
On Tuesday, November 8, 2022 a fantastic total lunar eclipse came to North America, with the New England area experiencing the first half of the eclipse, due to Moon set and sunrise happening locally during the total eclipse stage. It was crystal clear for the entire event over Frosty Drew Observatory and Science Center, and members of the Frosty Drew Astronomy Team set up telescopes on our campus to archive the eclipse. This gallery is the result of that effort.
The eclipse itself started at 3:02 am EST Tuesday morning, which was the start of the penumbral eclipse stage. At 4:09 am EST the partial eclipse stage began. Total eclipsing of the Moon happened at 5:16 am EST with maximum totality occurring at 5:59 am EST. The total eclipse stage ended at 6:41 am EST, which was after the 6:32 am EST sunrise. We lost view of the Moon at 6:00 am EST as the Moon entered our western tree line.
Here are our images and sequences of the 2022 Beaver Moon Eclipse.
Last Entry: November 10, 2022