Super Blue Moon Eclipse

Tomorrow there will be a super rare event that combines three unusual lunar events; a super moon, a blue moon and a total lunar eclipse. It's the third in a series of 'super moons,' when the moon is closer to Earth in its orbit. While people in the eastern Hemisphere saw their last Blue Moon total lunar eclipse in 1982, for those of us in the Western Hemisphere, this eclipse will be the first blue moon total eclipse since 1866. However, you may need to set your alarm to see it as it begins at 5:48AM and becomes a full eclipse at 6:47AM. Look West-Northwest and towards the horizon. CLICK HERE for more details


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