Ideal Weather For Texas Stargazers

For skygazers around Texas the night sky holds a special treat in store as a lunar eclipse takes place Sunday. With cold temperatures and clear skies, Texans who stay up late should get a pretty good view of the Celestial event. Here’s what you need to know:

1. It is the last lunar eclipse of this decade.

2. The entire eclipse will visible across the entires state for the first time since 2010

3. Sunday night, Jan. 20 — Monday morning, Jan. 21

• Partial begins: 8:36 p.m. CST

• Total begins: 10:41 p.m. CST

• Peak: 11:12 p.m. CST

• Total ends: 11:43 p.m. CST

• Partial ends: 1:48 a.m. CST

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