You’ll need to get up early or stay up late to view parts of the May 26 lunar eclipse. West Coast viewers will be able to see the umbral stage beginning around 2:45 am and conclude at around 5:50 am shortly before the moon sets.

Visibility of the total phase in the contiguous U.S., at 11:11 GMT. Totality can be seen everywhere in the Pacific and Mountain time zones, along with Texas, Oklahoma, western Kansas, Hawaii and Alaska.
(Image credit: NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio)