“Super Blood Wolf Moon” visible to all North America tonight…except New Brunswick
The last total lunar eclipse until 2021 is fast approaching — don’t miss out on this one, as all of North America will be able to see it… Except for Greater Moncton & other areas enduring a snow/ice storm.
You may be wondering why this is called a “Super Blood Wolf Moon” — We are too!
- The first full moon of the year is known as the “Wolf Moon” — the first full moon of the year named after howling wolves.
- A total lunar eclipse is happening overnight January 20th (into January 21), coinciding with a supermoon at the same time — making the full moon will appear brighter & larger than normal.
Total lunar eclipse will be starting around 12:41am Atlantic time on Monday, January 21. The peak will be around 1:16am that morning.
Mark this date on your calendar — the next total lunar eclipse won’t be until May 26, 2021.
Reports indicate this “Super Blood Wolf Moon” will be visible across North & South America, as well parts of Europe, Africa, & Asia.