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The entire U.S. will be in a position to see the next lunar eclipse.

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The lunar eclipse will be on Nov. 19 and will be able to be seen from North America, South America, Australia and parts of Europe and Asia, according to Space.com.

It is called the frost moon, CBS News reported.

If you want to see it, you’re going to have to either get up early or stay up really late as the peak will be at 4:02 a.m. ET, with the moon being in Earth’s shadow for 3 hours and 28 minutes, according to NASA.

It will only be partially in shadow, not fully as in a total lunar eclipse.

If you cannot see this partial eclipse, don’t worry, there will be a full lunar eclipse on May 15, 2022, that will be seen in North and South America, Europe, Africa and parts of Asia, according to Space.com.

A third total lunar eclipse will happen on Nov. 8, 2022.

From 2001 to 2100, there will be 228 lunar eclipses over the hundred-year period with a majority of years having two, while some will have three or four eclipses, CBS News reported.