Skygazers will be taking care of this January.
Almost a year after Sunday, January 20, when the Super Blues spotted the moon, Canadians would become a full moon and make a whole whole eclipse.
According to The Weather Network, the Super Wlood Wolf Moon Total Lunar Eclipse, because the moon is "very near the perigee – the closest distance to the Earth."
No, we did not make that name.
The total duration of seizure is expected to last for an hour and two minutes and last for about 12 minutes.
Moon eclipse will begin wherever you are in Canada:
- 8:41 PST
- 9:41 MST
- 11:41 EST
If the sky is open, everyone in Canada will be able to see it. The date of the next month in North America will not be until May 2022.
Remember, on January 20, 2019, remember that the sun and the sky should be ready for the arrival of the sun.