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Blood Moon returns! Tips and Tricks For Seeing This Lunar Eclipse 2022
The first Lunar Eclipse or Chandra Grahan of 2022 will take place in May 16.
The total Lunar Eclipse on May 15-16 can also give the moon a reddish hue which is known as a Blood Moon.
Here's your ultimate guide to seeing the dramatic total lunar eclipse that will take place on 15-16 May 2022
Check the weather beforehand
Double check the time of each lunar eclipse phase in your time zone leading up to totality
Find a spot where you can see the Moon that is not obstructed by tall buildings and trees
Don’t stress about needing a telescope or binoculars—you don’t need any special equipment to see a lunar eclipse
Look up lunar eclipse resources