Supermoon Lunar Eclipse
I don't think anyone is more excited than I am for the Lunar Eclipse coming this Sunday. It is the final blood moon that everyone has been talking about. I'll be in my mom's front yard dancing in the moonlight waiting for the lunar surface to go red. I love lunar eclipses more than Donny loves Tiffany, but this eclipse is more special than the others because it's very rare.
According to NASA, this will be the closest full moon of the year and it will be the first supermoon eclipse in 33 years. The next event like this won't be seen in until 2033.
It has also triggered concerns among people that it signifies the world coming to end. September's lunar eclipse will mark the end of this year’s lunar tetrad. The lunar tetrad is a string of four lunar eclipses occurring every six months. The present tetrad began in April 2014.
The supermoon lunar eclipse is a rare event. Since 1900, there has been just five such astronomical events (in 1910, 1928, 1946, 1964 and 1982)