A super "Blood Moon" is about to rise!
A total lunar eclipse happens early tomorrow morning, and it's not only a full moon, it's a 'Super Moon,' which means the moon will appear larger than normal.
The total eclipse when the moon passes through the Earth's shadow turning it a deep red lasts about 15 minutes from 4:11 to 4:26am on the west coast.
California, Hawaii and Alaska are prime viewing locations. The eclipse from start to finish lasts about five hours.
The Griffith Park Observatory will be live streaming it starting at 1:45am. They're also putting together a time lapse of it.
The next total lunar eclipse visible from Southern California happens next May.
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