Well if you’re wide awake, not sleeping in the wee hours of early Wednesday morning, maybe you’ll catch a glimpse of something pretty spectacular. January 31 marks the date of a not-your -average full moon. It’s also going to be a SuperMoon, Blue Moon and a Blood Moon. What does it all mean CLICK BELOW on the video for the details from NASA.
Apparently the best view of the Total Lunar Eclipse in Canada with be here in the west Coast. Eastern Canada will see it as a partial eclipse. Let’s hope the weather cooperates here in the Okanagan so viewers will be able to see it. In B.C the best view of the Total Lunar Eclipse is at 4:52 AM PT. Eastern Canada will catch the start of the eclipse, but the Moon will set at 7:36 AM ET before totality takes place.
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