Super Flower Blood Moon lunar eclipse: Is this the 1st of 4 super moons?

Retired NASA eclipse scientist Fred Espenak has been observing the night sky since he was eight years old and plans to search for the next lunar eclipse again on Sunday, May 15.

After roughly six decades of gazing at the sky, the Arizona resident said he still enjoys watching the shading change as the moon turns red during a total lunar eclipse, fully stepping into the deep shadow of Earth. Read our complete Super Flower Blood Moon lunar eclipse guide to prepare for the epic lunar event.

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