Total Lunar Eclipse puts on an amazing show
Updated: May 27, 2021
Clouds cleared just in time over the upper North Island to allow a stunning uninterrupted view of a rare Total Lunar Eclipse / Super Moon event.
It all started at 8:47pm last night 26th May with the earth beginning to shadow the moon. At 9:44pm a partial eclipse began with the slow transition to the Total Lunar eclipse at 11:11pm. The maximum arrived at 11:18pm with the Total lunar eclipse ending at 11:25pm. It was visible in New Zealand, Australia, parts of the western US, western South America, and in South-East Asia. We covered the event live, so sit back and enjoy the replay.