How does a lunar eclipse map work?

I think that only solar eclipses are mapped, because only a relatively narrow strip of the earth's surface falls within the moon's shadow during a solar eclipse. During a lunar eclipse, however, anyone on the half of the earth that's facing the moon sees the same eclipse, just at different elevations.


The NASA Eclipse web site (linked below) will allow you to see the schedule of all eclipses from 2000 BCE to 3000 AD. This will allow you to see if a particular eclipse is visible from your location.