According to Accuweather.com, Sunday's total lunar eclipse will be the first since December 21, 2010 to be "visible in its entirety across the U.S".
All that dry, cold air will sweep away rain clouds just in time for most of the Carolinas to get a good view of a "super moon" combined with a total lunar eclipse just before midnight.
The star-studded celebration takes place on the terrace of Seminole State College's McGee student center, adjacent to the Emil Buehler Planetarium. During the total eclipse, the moon appears at its darkest, a reddish-orange color.
You'll be able to see the first hints of the eclipse at about 9:30 PM Eastern Time on Sunday as the moon slides into the penumbra (the Earth's shadow). Sunlight passing around the outer surface of the Earth is filtered by particles in the atmosphere, casting the blood moon glow of total lunar eclipses.
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As the eclipse starts, viewers will see Earth's creep across the moon.
The last time this combination of lunar phenomena occurred was back in 2015.
This Sky & Telescope map shows the visibility region for the total lunar eclipse of January 20-21, 2019.
"The total lunar eclipse will be the first visible in North America in three years". The first total lunar eclipse to follow January 21's event will occur on May 26, 2021, and will be visible over the Pacific Ocean, with viewing possibilities in North America, South America and east Asia.
He stated that "lunar eclipse occurs only when the sun, earth and moon are exactly aligned with the earth between the two". The only light wavelength left is red - dimly illuminating the moon with less than one-thousandth of the full moon's normal brightness.
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Though these times mark the moon's location in the sky relative to Earth and the sun, the very nature of the eclipse - such as the shade of red it turns - will depend on weather and atmosphere conditions that day. Experts say it is safe to look at the eclipse with the naked eye.
The Spokane Astronomical Society will be set up for viewing the eclipse at the Southeast Sports Complex, 2700 E. 46th Ave., said Nick Monkman, president of the SAS.
"That just has to do with how close the moon is to the Earth", he said. Then there's the supermoon part, meaning the moon is at the point in its orbit where it's just a little bit closer to us, making it seem 10 to 15 percent larger in the sky. That should be around 9:12 p.m. From Hawaii to ME, all 50 states will have a chance to see it - the most widely visible lunar eclipse in the United States since October 2014.
If you can't catch the eclipse through your window, you can always watch it livestreamed on a screen. As a result, the Moon is called the "Blood Moon".
The next full moon, known to some as a Wolf Moon, will be a super moon.
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