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The decade’s last ‘blood moon’ is coming—here’s where to watch

From glow-in-the-dark pajama parties to space festivals, we’ve gathered some of the more unusual events showcasing the upcoming total lunar eclipse.

  • Nneka M. Okona
  • National Geographic

Starting off 2019 with an astral bang, our first full moon of the year will also be a special kind of total lunar eclipse that’s been dubbed a super blood wolf moon.

Appearing on January 20 or 21, depending on your local time zone, the phenomenon will be even more extraordinary because we won’t see another total eclipse of the moon until 2021.

Why the distinction of “super blood wolf moon”?

It’s considered a…

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