Sunday night’s supermoon first in 33 years

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Blood moon eclipse to be seen starting at 9:07 p.m. Eastern Time Sunday

(INTELLIHUB) — It hasn’t happened in 33 years, since 1982, and it will be happening this Sunday night, it’s called a supermoon, a rare astronomical event that makes the moon appear to be larger, brighter, and slightly red in color. A lunar eclipse will put the moon into Earth’s shadow causing the effect.

“You’re basically seeing all of the sunrises and sunsets across the world, all at once, being reflected off the surface of the moon,” said a NASA scientist.

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The eclipse will start at 9:07 p.m. EST and by 10:11 p.m. the entire moon will be engulfed by Earth’s shadow.

Another supermoon will not occur until 2033.

Additional Sources:

Super Blood Moon to Make Last Appearance Until 2033 — NY Times

Supermoon lunar eclipse: Where and what time can I see it on Sunday and how long will it last? — London Telegraph

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