Total Lunar Eclipse March 3, 2007 Animated
A total eclipse of the Moon for March 3, 2007. This animated graphic was based on Fred Espenak's info which can be found here. The frame rate is at one frame per minute. For the US, the best view will be on the Atlantic side. Europe and Africa will have "front row seats." For me, the moonrise will be interesting to see as it rises in a darkened state soon after sunset here in Tennessee. You can see the latest info and photographs, as the time gets closer to the event date, from spaceweather.com and APOD (Astronomy Picture of the Day).
Our Moon from 5:45pm to 8:25pm CST for March 3.
For most of us in the US, the total eclipse of the Moon will be greatly shortened by twilight and the height of the horizon as seen in this graphic. This is how it will look from Nashville Tennessee. The further east you are the better the view. The twilight phase ends (for this graphic) some 50 minutes after sunset which is represented by the first 50 frames of this 157 frames of animation.
What time is sunrise or sunset for you? Check this website out (time and date.com).