The next total lunar eclipse won't happen until May 26, 2021, so this will be the last chance to experience this phenomenon for over two years.
Sunday night's total lunar eclipse will be visible across all of North America and South America - depending on absence of cloud cover - and partially visible in Europe and Africa on Sunday night into the early hours of Monday morning. You can also plan on around one to five super blood moons each decade, but they only fall in January three times this century (the third and final 21st-century super blood wolf moon barely qualifies, since it falls at the very end of the month on Jan. 31, 2037).
Depending on weather conditions, amateur astronomers in the United Kingdom will be able to witness a total eclipse of the moon for the last time until 2029.
The eclipse will begin around 6:30 p.m.
Here are five things to know about the eclipse.
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It won't be the stars aligning, but the moon, the Earth, and the sun rather, in what is sure to be a breathtaking celestial event. Hartigan works at Rice University in Texas. "That's about the difference between the largest possible supermoon and the smallest possible moon".
Unlike a solar eclipse (unless you are Donald Trump), the lunar eclipses were perfectly safe to watch without any special glasses. "It will be very impressive visually and people will actually see it happen", Thanjavur said. This marks the start of the partial lunar eclipse. Viewed from the moon, they're even more spectacular. It is this light that reaches the moon a quarter of a million miles farther out in space. The shorter, more pliable blue wavelengths of light are scattered outside the Earth's shadow and the longer, less bendable red wavelengths are refracted toward the moon.
The next total lunar eclipse visible anywhere in the world will not happen until May 2021. And if you want to shoot it with your DSLR, read our sister site PCMag's guide to How to Photograph a Total Lunar Eclipse.
Stargazers are hoping for a clear night as the "supermoon" event brings wonderment to the sky in the early hours of Monday.
"Now we understand these things better, but they're still lovely aesthetic events taking place in the sky".
Why does the moon turn blood red?This means each eclipse is essentially identical to others that have occurred previously.
What is a supermoon and lunar eclipse? The first part of the eclipse will take place at 10:34PM ET / 7:34PM PT, leading up to the full blood moon coloration appearing at 12:12AM ET.