This weekend will be your last chance to check out a total lunar eclipse until May 2021, so don't miss your opportunity. According to Vox, the eclipse will take place between January 20 and 21. Even better, it will be a "supermoon." The phenomenon occurs when the moon is near its closest approach to earth, which makes it appear even larger in the sky. It will apparently look blood-red to viewers. The eclipse will cover the moon for one hour and two minutes as the moon passes into a shadow cast by the earth. Check timeanddate.com/eclipse to find out best viewing times in your area.
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