VERY RARE LUNAR EVENT EARLY TOMORROW! 🌔 A Super Blue Blood Moon; which hasn’t happened since 1866! 🤭 Tag Friends & Don’t miss out! on Wednesday the 31st starting at around 5 AM in California/western Canada, or if you’re on the east coast the best time to view is 6:45 a.m.
A super blue blood moon is when you have a supermoon because it’s closer to earth + a total lunar eclipse + a full moon that is the second full moon of the month; making it a blue moon. It will start at 5:51 AM on the east coast but it will start to get red at around 6:48 a.m. ET. If you’re in California and western Canada, totality will begin at 4:51 A.M, lasting about an hour. For central time zone, it will be easier to see at 6:15 am ET in mountain time (peak is 6:30)
If you get any cool pictures make sure to send them in the dm or tag me so I can post 💖
If you’re in a place like London you can see a partial eclipse, at around 7:38 a.m
image: © @itwasthelight
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