It’s a blood moon. And a supermoon. And a lunar eclipse. Call it whatever you want, but capture it from 1,030 feet above Chicago. 360 CHICAGO Observation Deck is hosting our first meetup of 2019 on the evening of January 20th.
The eclipse officially begins at 8:35 PM, but becomes more noticeable at 9:33 PM when the lower left portion of the moon starts to darken. The partial eclipse continues for over an hour.
The totality of the lunar eclipse begins at 10:40 PM and lasts for about an hour. The moon will appear a deep redish orange color, hence the term “blood moon.”
The total eclipse ends at 11:43 PM, and the partial eclipse is finished at 12:51 AM.
Your ticket grants you exclusive late access to the observation deck and TILT (both normally closed at 11 PM).
Date: Sunday January 20, 2019, 8pm-1am
Tickets available at Eventbrite