Lunar Eclipse 2022 Live Updates: Check Out Today’s Eclipse ‘Blood Moon’ Images

The first lunar eclipse of 2022 has begun. According to Indian time, the eclipse started at 7:02 a.m. IST on the morning of May 16 and will end at 12:20 p.m. in the afternoon. However, the lunar eclipse cannot be seen from the Indian subcontinent. The eclipse is visible in the eastern half of the United States and throughout South America. Totality will be visible over much of Africa, Western Europe, Central and South America and most of North America, according to NASA. However, there are worldwide live streams, including one by NASA where the total lunar eclipse can be seen. This is also called a blood moon since the moon takes on a reddish hue during a total lunar eclipse.