The super flower blood moon sounds like a Mario Kart map, but it’s actually what scientists are calling tonight’s lunar eclipse.
2021’s only lunar eclipse happened tonight, so hope you didn’t miss it!! The glowing, reddish-colored moon will appear 14% bigger and 30% brighter than normal.
A “blood moon” occurs when light penetrating Earth’s atmosphere turns our satellite a rusty red color. “Flower moons” are full moons during springtime.
According to NASA, the super flower blood moon eclipsed at 4:47 AM EDT, and (weather permitting) it can be seen across western North and South America. You can expect something like this: