— Newsweek (@Newsweek) September 23, 2015
On Sunday…keep your eyes to the night time skies as we are getting a special lunar event. Something that won’t happen again for 18 years.
We are a getting a Supermoon lunar eclipse or the Super Blood Moon as it is known by warlocks and dark wizards.
A super moon happens generally a few times a year. The moon appears bigger and brighter than normal. A lunar eclipse happens a few times a year as well and that is when the moon passes into the earth’s shadow and gives it a reddish hue. Also werewolves.
A supermoon lunar eclipse happens exceptionally rarely. The last one was in 1982!
— Daryl Hannah (@dhlovelife) September 23, 2015
Will we get to see the moon on Sunday? The weather forecast currently has a spectacular day lined up for Vancouver. Nice.