The super blue blood moon and lunar eclipse happens tomorrow. According to eclipse experts, it marks the first time anyone on Earth has seen this celestial trifecta in 35 years.
NASA claims Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Hawaii and parts of Nevada will be the best locations to view the rare event in its totality. The lucky people in optimal viewing sites will see the reddish-orange hue of a blood moon. For the rest of us, the moon will look to be 14% bigger and 30% brighter than usual.
The moon reaches its full phase tomorrow at 6:27 a.m. MST.
Source: National Geographic