Early Wednesday morning (so, tonight) there is a “Super Flower Blood Moon Eclipse.” Super because it is shaped more like an oval and not a perfect circle. Flower because “May” full moons are called flower moons. Blood because it will turn red in color. Eclipse because the Earth is between the sun and moon and it casts its shadow on the moon, hiding it. The eclipse begins at 4:11 AM Wednesday morning and the moon will appear dark red, maximum eclipse is at 4:18 AM, and the end of the eclipse is 4:25 AM. It is just 14 minutes long.
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