What to Know About the Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse


Get ready for some stellar sights this weekend as the Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse hits our skies!

For the first time in three years, the whole country can see this total lunar eclipse.

As NBC4 reports, the awesome name comes from several different factors:

It’s a supermoon because the full moon is within 90 percent of its closest possible distance to Earth. On Jan. 20, the moon is 222,274 miles from Earth with the moon’s orbital range from 221,681 miles (perigee) to 252,6222 miles (apogee) this year. Because of the proximity to Earth supermoons appear bigger and brighter than an average full moon.

Click through here to check out everything you need to know about catching this moon!


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