A "super blue blood moon" is coming and if you can drag yourself out of bed during the pre-dawn hours on Wednesday, you're in for a treat.— CNN (@CNN) January 30, 2018
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Here's how to see the 'super blue blood moon eclipse' on Wednesday https://t.co/CePZyoVuU4— TIME (@TIME) January 30, 2018
Sounds like it totally going to be worth waking up early for on Wedesday!!
The super blue blood moon is scheduled to peak between 6:15 and 6:30 a.m. in the Central Time Zone.
According to NASA, the penumbra – or the lighter part of Earth’s shadow – will touch the moon starting at 4:51 a.m., and by 6:15 a.m. the moon will appear to have a reddish tint.
Those living in the western United States, Australia and eastern Asia have a better chance at seeing more of the eclipse.