For East Coast observers, the partial eclipse begins a little after 2 a.m. Friday and reaches its maximum at 4 in the morning. For observers on the West Coast, it begins just after 11 p.m. Thursday and reaches a maximum at 1 a.m. Friday.
Map showing the visibility of the Nov. 18-19 partial lunar eclipse. Darker areas indicate greater visibility. Check local details for visibility near you. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
It isn't just the US, as the map above shows. It will be visible from any location where the Moon appears above the horizon during the eclipse, which means from the Americas across the Pacific to Asia.