Aloha – For many in North America, this Sunday will be the opportunity of the generation. We have a SuperMoon Lunar Eclipse coming to North America. The next one is scheduled for 2033; the last one was in 1982. For many in my generation, this will be a last chance to supersize it. It will kick off about 6:30 pm Mountain Time and wrap up about 9:30 pm Mountain Time… check local listings for a SuplerMoon near you.
The Moon’s position to light and angles to the Sun will actually make the Moon appear 14% larger than normal. We may get a blood moon situation from the eclipse that will certainly panic a certain percentage of the population who might miss this news.
The question for me is where to watch it. I could enjoy it from by 300 sf treehouse, or to avoid the city lights I might take a trip up a local canyon. For me the verdict is still out. For you? Remember, next opportunity is 2033.