This Sunday, (Sept. 27), the moon will turn red, thanks to a total lunar eclipse. This is the first total eclipse we've had of this nature in 30 years -- and it won't happen again for 18 years! Don't miss it!

The moon turns red as the sun's rays shoot by the earth with only the top band of a prism (red) reaching the moon. It's commonly called a "blood moon."

As simple as it is, it's still a very, very cool spectacle. No doubt your Facebook wall will be flooded with badly focused images of this.

Assuming we don't have an overcast sky, we should be able to see it, no problem.

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