A total lunar eclipse and a supermoon will appear in night skies

<p style="">Some may call it a “super blood moon,” when the full moon is closer to Earth than usual, and Earth’s shadow also crosses over the face of the moon, turning it a reddish color. People in Australia and on Pacific islands as well as in the Western United States will get the best views of the occurrence, and some of the event will be visible in parts of the Americas and East and South Asia. Read more about lunar astronomy events here: https://nyti.ms/2QbmIVU<br></p>