The eclipse began just after 5 A.M. CDT and will continue until sunrise at 6:56 a.m. NASA moon experts were up all night (early, early morning on October 8 to answer questions over a live web chat, beginning at 4 A.M. EDT. The chat will continuing until sunrise. NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center will also offer a live UStream feed of the eclipse.
At 6:15 a.m. the Moon is setting and is about 5 degrees above the horizon in the West.
NASA | Understanding Lunar Eclipses