SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – Stargazers will be glad – you do not want to miss this next event ready for books!
On January 20 and 21, you will have the chance to see the total of the eclipse and the first supermotor of the year at the same time.
Most parts of North America, South America and Europe and Africa will be visible.
A full lunar eclipse occurs when the moon and the sun are on the ground. When the moon travels across the Earth's shadow, the moon will be orange-colored, which is why it's called "Blood Moon" by Space.com.
Some really call them "super blood moon wolf". In fact, since lunar eclipses occur only throughout the moon, and the first moon in January is also known as the "wolf moon", according to CNN.
When lunar lunar eclipse arrives when the moon reaches the nearest part of the Earth's orbit, it is also known as Perigee.
This means that the moon is bigger, with the name "supermoon".
NASA says January lunar eclipse lasts about an hour.
For you in Louisiana, you will see all the eclipse arrives – the point that appears completely orange / oxide – 10:41 p.m. 11:43 p.m. Sunday, January 20th.
If you plan on catching next, mark your calendars. The next full eclipse is planned for May 26, 2021.
– CBS 17 contributed to this story