When And How to See The Blood Moon in Los Angeles This Weekend


You don't want to miss this amazing sight in the sky this weekend. Sunday, May 15 if you look outside you should be able to see the infamous "Blood Moon."

A Blood Moon is when the Earth's Moon is in total lunar eclipse, according to Space.com. The moon, sun and earth will all be aligned resulting in the moon having a rusty redish color. Hence why it is called the Blood Moon.

Here is how you can see it on Sunday. The moon is set to rise at 7:41 p.m. in Los Angeles. The eclipse will begin around 8:29pm and end around 9:54 p.m, according to NBC Los Angeles.

If you see the blood moon, be sure to take pictures and tag us on Instagram!


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