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Tonight (September 27, 2015) is the perfect night to stop and gaze up at the sky. A supermoon lunar eclipse is a rare moment and won’t happen again until 2033. The last one happen in 1982.
What you will see: the moon will be full and appear larger and brighter because it will be at its closest point to earth. Then around 10 p.m. EST, the moon will be totally eclipsed because it will be in the Earth’s shadow appearing red. The entire event will last about 71 minutes. So catch nature’s hottest show tonight, starting around nightfall. Don’t be late.
Have fun tonight!