I have to see in person. I was disappointed that I missed the ISS on the 12th. We were in panhandle and not sure if it could be seen from there and if so where to look for it. Im fascinated by the space station.
A total lunar eclipse will be visible for 85 minutes Sunday night in Pearland. Rice University astronomer Pat Hartigan says "It's a nice long one," he said in an email, "perfect timing for early evening viewing. And it's even a supermoon."
The partial phase of the eclipse will begin at 9:28 p.m. CDT. During this phase, it will look like a bite has been taken out of the moon.
The total eclipse starts at 10:29 p.m. CDT and continues through 11:54 p.m. CDT. This is when the entire moon will take on a reddish hue, caused by light left over from all the sunsets and sunrises occurring at that time.
The moon will then reenter a partial phase that lasts through 12:55 a.m. CDT.