The longest total lunar eclipse of the century will take place this Friday. The moon will appear blood red in the Eastern Hemisphere beginning at 19:20 Universal Time (2:20 PM EST). —
The Earth will appear to be inside a red “ring of fire” when viewed from the moon. The eclipse will last over six hours in total. A total lunar eclipse will not last this long until June 9th, 2123.
The eclipse will not be visible in North America but NASA will be streaming it live.