While a lunar eclipse isn't on par with the solar eclipse of this summer, it is still a relatively rare event, one worth seeing. Below is all the information you will need to see the entire total eclipse of the moon.
What you won't see is the moon disappearing behind the Earth's umbral shadow as the sun did during the solar eclipse. During the lunar eclipse the direct sunlight hitting the moon is blocked by the earth's shadow and the moon turns blood red as the light only indirectly hits it.
Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA
Total lunar eclipse visible
Duration:3 hours, 59 minutes, 6 seconds
Duration of totality:1 hour, 16 minutes, 4 seconds
Penumbral begins:Jan 31 at 3:51:13 am
Partial begins:Jan 31 at 4:48:27 am
Full begins:Jan 31 at 5:51:47 am
Maximum:Jan 31 at 6:29:51 am
Full ends:Jan 31 at 7:07:51 am
Moonset:Jan 31 at 7:50:19 am
Partial ends:Moon below horizon
Penumbral ends:Moon below horizon
Times shown in local time (MST)