Lunar eclipse will create a ‘blood moon’ this week.
This Wednesday (Oct 8) the Earth will pass between the sun and the moon, creating what’s known as a blood moon. The effect comes from the sun’s light being passed through the earth’s atmosphere, filtering out other colors and making the moon appear red.
In the US, expect the best view to be in the early hours, around 5am EDT, while here in New Zealand the action starts from 8pm. Check more info about how to see the eclipse here at accuweather.