Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Lunar eclipse of a blood red moon January 20th 2019

Global is reporting that "Skygazers are set to be treated to a total lunar eclipse this weekend, on top of a "super blood wolf moon." The cosmic event is the convergence of a few stellar lunar events - an eclipse coinciding with a supermoon turning an eerie blood red. The eclipse will be visible to much of the Western Hemisphere, including Canada, the U.S., Mexico and South America on Sunday, Jan. 20, and finish early Monday, Jan. 21 (ET time)." states it will be visible in North America. In Vancouver it will begin at 6:36 PM and end at 11:48 PM. The total eclipse will occur at 9:12 PM Pacific time. Let's hope it doesn't rain.

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