Super Blood Moon


The May 26, 2021, total lunar eclipse will coincide with a supermoon (Credit: Dimitri Biemond / CC-By-SA- 2.0/ via Wikimedia Commons)

Yaquelyn Vanegas , Staff Writer

On May 26th2021, if anyone looks up at the sky, they will see a Super Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse. Areas like the western part of the Americas, Australia, New Zeeland, and Eastern Asia will mostly be able to see it clearly. An eclipse happens when the moon is closest to the Earth, but the moon has to be full, and perfectly aligned with the Earth and Sun.  Although the moon doesn’t produce light on its own, because of this eclipse, it will appear a blood red color.