Don’t forget about the super blue blood moon today! Not everyone will be able to see the lunar eclipse, but it may be happening this morning for some parts of the world. Scientists will be watching temperature changes on the moon to find a good location to land a rover.
The second full moon this month arrives tomorrow, called a blue moon. Plus it’s a supermoon, when the moon’s closest to Earth. There’ll also be a lunar eclipse which gives the moon a red tint, called a blood moon. Your best view could be at dawn; research today and watch the super-blue-blood-moon tomorrow!