The Next Lunar Eclipse Will Be Visible From Georgia And You Won’t Want To Miss Out

In case you weren’t already aware about the total lunar eclipse happening in just a week’s time, then get ready to be amazed. If you’re a Georgia resident or visiting the state by next week then you’re in luck, because you can snag a front row seat to nature’s wonder. The first celestial experience of 2019 is a triple threat—a blood moon, a super moon, and a wolf moon! Before you write this event off so that you can catch more Zzz’s, you should know that the next visible total lunar eclipse won’t happen again until May 26, 2021, so this may be your chance to witness greatness.

Who’s gearing up to watch the total lunar eclipse in Georgia this year?! Sound off in the comments section!