The Next Lunar Eclipse Will Be Visible From Mississippi And Here’s Everything You Need To Know

The New Year may have just begun, but we’ve already got something for you to mark on the calendar – a lunar eclipse. But this isn’t your typical lunar eclipse. Nope; this lunar eclipse will be joined by a super blood moon and a wolf moon. So, just what does that mean? It means that the Moon will turn an eerie red color for a little over an hour. The celestial show will take place one night in January; here’s everything you need to know.

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So, did you know about the upcoming eclipse? Ever witnessed this spectacular phenomenon before? Tell us in the comments section.

Remember the Great American Solar Eclipse? Click here to read about last year’s phenomenon.