Total lunar eclipse
Today's eclipse begins at 17:50 UT and ends at 23:10 UT, with totality from 19:52 - 21:08 UT and a maximum at 20:30 UT.
There's a good overall web page on this eclipse here.
It includes more times, maps, URLs of webcasts, other links and a paragraph on the 302 year-old mystery of why accurate predictions of eclipse durations require an increase in the radius of Earth's shadow of about 2% that is unwarranted by geometric considerations.
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