Total Lunar Eclipse in Denver’s Sky Tomorrow Morning

Total Lunar Eclipse

There is one MOD designer who does some of the most spectacular art you have ever seen… Mother Nature. The canvas is the celestial sky and the exhibit starts in the wee hours of tomorrow morning with a Total Lunar Eclipse.

This spectacular event will occur as Earth passes between the Full Hunter’s Moon and the sun. Invite friends over, make some margaritas or open that special bottle of wine, and get ready to stay up all night long.

When to see the eclipse in Denver

According to, in Denver, the Penumbral Eclipse will begin at 2:17 a.m., as Earth’s shadow begins to cover the face of the moon.

By 3:18 a.m., the moon will start to look red, due to how the atmosphere will scatter the light.

A total eclipse beings at 4:27 a.m., peaks around 4:55 a.m., and ends at 5:22 a.m..
During this time the moon will have a reddish appearance, which is where we get the name, Full Blood Moon.

The whole event will be over by 6:32 a.m..

As the moon sets in the west, the sun will be rising in the east, giving an extra special element to this rare event.

It’s the second in a tetrad of full blood moons that began in April. The third will be on April 4, 2015 and the fourth on September 27, 2015.