This Monday make sure to look up to the sky


In the early hours of Monday, before dawn, the earth will come in between the sun and the moon, creating a full lunar eclipse, which causes a blood moon. The moon is at its closest point to earth, making it look larger, turning the lunar eclipse into a super blood moon spectacle. This is the only full lunar eclipse this year.


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