The moon will be totally in the shadow of the Earth between 4:41 and 5:44 on January 21st
Next Monday, January 21, 2019 there will be a total lunar eclipse: the Sun, the Earth and the Moon will be aligned and the Earth, when it is between the Sun and the Moon, will generate a shadow that will completely cover the Full Moon , which will get a reddish hue, the so-called blood moon. The moon will begin to enter the twilight of the Earth at 2:35 and will gradually darken in shades of grey. Only between 4:41 and 5:44 will the Moon be totally in the shadow of the Earth with more red tones.
The last total lunar eclipse was on July 27, 2018 and the next will be on May 26, 2021, although it will not be visible from Europe.