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It’s time for the Super Wolf Blood Moon! That sounds pretty bad, but it’s actually a pretty cool opportunity to see a lunar eclipse!

On January 21, 2019, we’ll have that opportunity to have a great view of this lunar eclipse. IT’s the first full moon of the year, which makes it a wolf moon. This will be the closest the moon will be to Earth, making it a supermoon. As the Earth passes between the Sun and the moon, the light passing through the Earth’s atmosphere will cause the moon to turn red, making it a blood moon.

So there, you go, the Super Wolf Blood Moon. When will this be visible?

The eclipse will begin around 11:41 p.m. EST. The peak of the eclipse will be around 12:12-12:16 a.m. and it will end around 12:44 a.m.

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