Some call it a supermoon lunar eclipse, others call it a super blood moon eclipse. Either way, Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles will celebrate the celestial trifecta Sunday with live classical music and lots of skygazing.
If you miss the moontastic event, the next one won't happen until 2033.
Here's what will happen Sunday evening in the sky, from wherever you want to watch (the darker the location, the better):
– First, the moon will be full.
– Then the moon will appear to be large, a supermoon, because it's in what's called "lunar perigee," meaning the moon will be at its closest point to the Earth during its orbit.
– This all coincides with...