According to National Geographic, the only total lunar eclipse for this year (and next year) will take place this Sunday at approximately 7:34 P.M. (PST) … and it also happens to be a super moon. This means that the moon will be 90-percent closer to Earth than it usually is (making it appear 13-percent larger and 16-percent brighter).

Experts are referring to this as a “Super Blood Wolf Moon” and if you can get a glimpse through the clouds, it will surely be a sight to see.

SOURCE (Matt Leonitis of Adventure Sports Network) >> CONTINUE READING