Bonus! There's a 7 minute ISS pass to enjoy while you step out to see the eclipse tonight. Highest at 8:26 p.m. 90° above the horizon -- straight overhead. 

Time: Sun May 15 8:23 PM, Visible: 7 min, Max Height: 90°, Appears: 10° above the SW horizon, Disappears: 10° above the NE horizon. Enjoy!

As a reminder, here is a short timeline for us Pacific Time Zone folks so you can step out and look up! 

Partial eclipse begins May 15 (7:27 p.m. PDT on May 15). Note sunset is at 7:47 p.m. tonight
Totality begins (moon engulfed in Earth’s shadow) (8:29 p.m. PDT)
Totality ends May 15 (9:53 p.m. PDT)
Partial eclipse ends May 15 (10:55 p.m. PDT)
Penumbral eclipse ends May 15 (11:50 p.m. PDT).
Duration of totality: About 90 minutes.

Time and Date has a great graphic!

Here's JPL's What's Up video for May, which talks about the lunar eclipse:

Have fun and let me know if you have a great view!!    Jane and the sidewalk astronomers :-)

Jane Houston Jones, retired JPLer
Twitter: @jhjones @otastro 
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