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When Is the Next Lunar Eclipse?

There are at least 2 lunar eclipses each year. Find out when the next one is and if you can see it from your location.

Total lunar eclipse over Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.

Total lunar eclipse over Santa Fe, USA.

Composite image of a total lunar eclipse during a Supermoon over Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.

©bigstockphoto.com/Dean Fikar

The next lunar eclipse will be on July 16–17, 2019.

This eclipse will not be visible in Washington DC, but you can follow it via our real-time animation.

Next Lunar Eclipse in Washington DC

The next eclipse in Washington DC will be a Penumbral Lunar Eclipse on July 4, 2020, starting at 11:07:23 pm local time.

Check out the local weather forecast to find out if you will have clear skies to view the eclipse!

Upcoming 5 Lunar Eclipses

More details about upcoming Eclipses

Next Partial Lunar Eclipse

114Days 10Hrs 56Mins 18Secs

Partial Lunar Eclipse

Jul 16, 2019 at 18:43:51 UTCSee more

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Lunar Eclipses

  1. When Is the Next Lunar Eclipse?
  2. Total Lunar Eclipse
  3. Why Does the Moon Turn Red?
  4. Partial Lunar Eclipse
  5. Penumbral Lunar Eclipse
  6. Can I See a Lunar Eclipse?
  7. Blood Moon - Total Lunar Eclipse
  8. Magnitude of Eclipses

Eclipses


Eclipse Shadows

  1. Umbra
  2. Penumbra
  3. Antumbra

Why Are There 3 Shadows?

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