During the total lunar eclipse of July 28, 2018, nearly the entirety of the Americas experienced daytime and couldn’t see any of it at all. Six months later, the January 20/21, 2019 lunar eclipse will be visible everywhere on the North and South American continents. (CAMERON SPENCER/GETTY IMAGES)

The Ultimate Viewing Guide To 2019’s Pan-American Supermoon Lunar Eclipse

Whether you caught or missed the eclipse of January 20/21, 2019, here’s what you need to know for all the ones you’ll ever view again.

Ethan Siegel
Jan 25, 2019 · 8 min read

On January 20/21, 2019, a very special astronomical event will occur: the Moon will pass completely into the Earth’s…