Celestial phenomena that tomorrow’s Lunar eclipse is all about
It is being described as a celestial phenomena that is taking place after three decades time.
The lunar eclipse to take place on Wednesday will be most visually appealing.
The eclipse will display a triple line-up of blue moon, supermoon and total lunar eclipse.
The phenomena is very rare as there hasn’t been a celestial lineup like this since 1982 and there will also not be any such occurrence until 2037.
The eclipse will be visible best in the western half of the U.S. and Canada before the moon sets early Wednesday morning, and across the Pacific into Asia as the moon rises Wednesday night into Thursday.
The totality of this eclipse is expected to last more than an hour and NASA has been planning to provide a live stream of the moon from telescopes in California and Arizona.