A winking ‘Blood Moon’ will stun and amaze North America Sunday night as both a Supermoon and a Lunar Eclipse will happen at the same time.
An event like this won’t happen again until 2033.
A Supermoon occurs when the moon is the closest to Earth in its orbit as it can be. The proximity will create a shadow projecting a cool shade of copper over the surface.
The eclipse is expected to start at around 9:00pm EST and will peak at 10:47pm.
York University will take in the site with it’s “Luna Palooza” at the Observatory and PanAm Stadium.
While U of T will host a “Supermoon Total Lunar Eclipse Viewing Party”.
With Files from Don Mitchel