Get ready for Super Blood Wolf Moon

The moon will turn red over the United States on Sunday night during the last total lunar eclipse of the decade. A total lunar eclipse occurs during a full moon when the moon passes directly through the Earth’s shadow, causing it to turn rusty orange or dark red in color, hence the nickname, “Super Blood Wolf Moon.” The lunar eclipse will be visible on the night of Jan. 20 into the early hours of Jan. 21. The most anticipated part of the eclipse, totality, will begin just before midnight and last for around an hour as the moon passes through Earth’s innermost shadow. — AccuWeather

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