Eyes in the sky tonight into tomorrow morning. If you're like me you'll have to put a reminder in your phone calendar but it should be worth it. These cool moons usually are pretty neat...and BIG.

According to KDVR, tomorrow morning will be the only lunar eclipse that's going to be visible this year is taking place during the early morning hours.

The “Total Lunar Eclipse of the Super Full Flower Moon.” will be bigger and brighter than the usual moon we see in the sky and will start to be visible at 3:44 a.m. with the maximum eclipse happening at 5:18 a.m on the morning of the 26th.

Sorry but when I see and say the ridiculously long name of this moon, I automatically go to THIS song in my head...

YouTube/ Bonnie Tyler

The next total lunar eclipse happens on the night of May 15, 2022 and lasts into the wee hours of the morning of May 16. Unlike this year’s peaking on the West Coast, next years will peak on the East Coast of the US.

From our perspective in Colorado, the 2022 lunar eclipse will last almost five-times longer than this month’s! That means it’ll be blood red for nearly an hour and a half! If you miss it this year, there’s always next year.

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