Dec 27, 2018

January 2019 lunar eclipse: How to watch the super blood wolf moon eclipse

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You won’t want to miss next month’s super blood wolf moon eclipse. Mark your calendars for Jan. 20.

Technically, next month’s lunar event could be called a super blood wolf moon eclipse.

Starting Jan. 20, a total lunar eclipse, or blood moon, that coincides with a supermoon, will be visible throughout the United States. The event starts late in the evening Jan. 20 and finishes during the wee hours of Jan. 21.

After that, you have to wait until May 26, 2021, for the next total lunar eclipse. Typically, each year has two lunar eclipses with total lunar eclipses about every two years, Brian Murphy, director of the Holcomb Observatory & Planetarium and Butler University professor.

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