From central Texas, you will be able to observe the moon begin to partially eclipse on its way down, at 5:17am Central time.  It will be half eclipsed at the greatest at 6:38am, which is shortly after the moon goes below the horizon in central Texas, and at 8:00am, the eclipse will be over.

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The source for my lunar eclipse information: NASA

Update 6/25/2010 – 5:35pm CST – Less than 12 hours to go before it begins.  Since it will be eclipsed as it goes past the horizon, it seem to be magnified by an illusion known as “moon illusion”.  Details here.