Lunar eclipse to darken Canadian skies this weekend — here's how you can see it

Credit: Published on January 18, 2019
On Jan. 20 or 21 (depending on where you are in the country), Canada will be treated to a total lunar eclipse. It's being hailed on social media as the "super blood wolf moon," though it's not really different from any other total lunar eclipse. That is, it'll still be magnificent.

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Published on January 20, 2019 -  00:38
Lunar Eclipse Celebrations Cancelled Due to Cold Weather
According to Reuters, many lunar eclipse festivities have been canceled due to freezing temperatures that are taking across the central and northeastern United states. Reports have been focusing on icy roadways rather than on cloudy skies for spoiling the party. Star gazers from Los Angeles to New York had originally anticipated to get together at parks and observatories to keep their eyes on the sky for the total eclipse. A total lunar eclipse is known as a super blood wolf moon.

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