A total lunar eclipse will turn the moon red. Here's how to watch

A total lunar eclipse will turn the moon red. Here's how to watch

OVERHEAD (WHTM) — If you look up very late Sunday night, or very early Monday morning, you’ll be able to see two celestial spectaculars happening at once. That is if the weather co-operates… May’s full moon, the “Full Flower Moon”, is also known (according to Farmer’s Almanac) as Budding Moon, Egg Laying Moon, Frog Moon, Leaf Budding Moon, Planting Moon, and Moon of Shedding Ponies. This year it’s a supermoon; the Moon will be at the point in its orbit when it’s closest to Earth, so it will be as big and bright as it can get. Get daily news, weather, breaking news, and sports alerts straight to your inbox! Sign up for the abc27 newsletters here. And then, late on Sunday, it will start turning red. This weekend is …
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