There are two total lunar eclipses in 2022. The first one was in May; the second one for our Nevada sky is on November 8th and will be visible from beginning to end (if we have clear skies).
Visibility for Reno (5 hours and 54 minutes in duration):
- Penumbral Eclipse begins at 12:02 am
- Partial Eclipse begins at 1:09 am
- Full Eclipse begins at 2:16 am
- Maximum Eclipse at 2:59 am
- Full Eclipse ends at 3:41 am
- Partial Eclipse ends at 4:49 am
- Penumbral Eclipse ends at 5:56 am
This information comes from the excellent website, time and date (timeanddate.com).
- Eclipse Map — November 7–8, 2022 Total Lunar Eclipse
- Path and Visibility (3D and 2D maps)
- What This Lunar Eclipse Looks Like (Interactive presentation)
- Eclipses in Reno, NV, USA
- Why Does the Moon Turn Red?
- Watch the LIVE STREAM on YouTube
Also check out the Moon page on the NASA website.
Lunar Photography Basics