The hopes of getting a good glimpse of the Super Blood Wolf Moon Full Lunar Eclipse in Vancouver this Sunday are in luck.
According to the weather network, the sky will be predominantly clear and the temperatures will hover around the 3 ° C mark in the evening, so if you are heading outside to check it out, make sure you pack up.
On Sunday, January 20, almost one year after the sight of a super-blue moon lunar eclipse, Canadians will be treated to a full wolf moon creating a whole lunar eclipse.
According to the weather network, since the moon will be "very close to Periji – its closest distance to Earth" there will be a Super Blood Wolf Moon Full Lunar Eclipse.
And no, we don't make the name up.
The Eclipse is expected to be a total of 5 hours and 12 minutes, with the entire eclipse lasting an hour and two minutes.
The next full-length Lunar Eclipse over North America will not run until May 2022.
So keep the Sunday in mind – you'll want to have a clear view of the sky and a camera ready when the day comes.