Supermoon Lunar Eclipse
Tomorrow night be sure to look up to the sky around 9:47pm CST. A celestial event that has happened only 5 times in the past 100ish years, a lunar eclipse during a supermoon! There hasn't been one in my lifetime yet. The last time one happened was in 1982. A supermoon isn’t any different than any other full moon other than it is at its closest to Earth in its orbit making it 14% larger than usual and lunar eclipses actually aren’t that uncommon, we have already had a total eclipse earlier this year in April. But put them both together and you get something quite special... one big ole red dot in the sky!
*If you don’t believe me and want to see the best times to view the eclipse for yourself you can go to this Eclipse Calculator.
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