A total eclipse of May’s supermoon will occur during the early morning hours of Wednesday May 26th. Totality occurs during dawn and ends 25 minutes before sunrise.

Please refer to the May 1st blog, ‘The Night Sky: May 2021’ for more information and observing details of Wednesday morning’s total lunar eclipse.

On January 31, 2018, a totally eclipsed moon was setting above the Jemez Mountains as dawn brightened the sky.