A Total Lunar Eclipse Will Turn The Moon Red Sunday Night

The first total lunar eclipse of 2022 is about to dye the moon red on Sunday night.

This weekend’s full “Flower Moon” will be bathed in a rusty bronze light as Earth’s shadow sweeps across it,

creating a spectacle visible across most of North America.

Just about everyone in the contiguous United States will get to enjoy the show, weather permitting.

For those in California and the Pacific Northwest, only the second half of the eclipse will be visible as the burgundy moon rises during totality.

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