Watch Beaver Blood Moon on Nov 8 

Americas, Asia, and  Northern Europe will see a full lunar eclipse on  November 8,  2022 

Eclipse begins at 08:02 UTC on November 8 (3:02 a.m. EST) 

Disk of the moon will appear unillustrated by the sun, but some light will still hit the moon

The moon might take on a brownish red-hue due to the light from the sun hitting its disk

As sunlight will be bent due to Earths' atmosphere, which will filter out blue light

Lunar Eclipse - The Sun, Earth and Moon are in straight line, with the earths' shadow falling on Moon

This year's last complete lunar eclipse will occur on Tuesday, Nov 8, 2022 

No special equipment needed just your eyes. All you need to do is find a clear line of sight of the moon