Will you see tonight’s total lunar eclipse? A “Blood Moon” is about to be glimpsed from the West Coast of the U.S. as well as from Alaska, Hawaii, Australia, East Asia and all the way around the Pacific Rim as the “Super Flower Blood Moon Eclipse” occurs.
It’s set to be a big event for science.
using this map), making it the second-shortest of the 21st century.
There are more to come in the next decade, but only relatively rarely does any one place on Earth get a really good view of a total lunar eclipse.
Here’s exactly when, where and how to see a total
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