It’s the first full lunar eclipse in the United States, which happens on September 15.
If you can’t get to the moon, you can watch it here, on YouTube, or in a movie.
But if you’re not a fan of the eclipse, you should be.
Here’s what you need to know about the eclipse.
Read moreThe eclipse occurs over the southern Pacific Ocean, at a point called the “Beltline.”
There are a few different phases.
In the morning and afternoon, the Moon rises and sets over the Pacific Ocean.
The Moon will slowly circle the Earth for about 2 hours and 45 minutes, then turn to the right.
The next phase of the Moon will be closer to the Earth, which will make the Moon look like a huge disk of light.
The final phase is when the Moon is fully visible from Earth.
The moon is closest to the sun when it reaches the horizon, at about 8:28 a.m.
It’s also closest to Earth when it passes through the center of the Earth at 8:36 a.t.
The Earth is farthest from the Moon at 7:52 a.k.
PDT, which is the closest point in the sky.
This is because Earth is tilted by more than 20 degrees from its orbit around the Sun, meaning that when the moon is directly overhead, it can look much, much closer.
But the Moon can’t really look directly up, which makes it look much smaller than it is.
This effect makes the Moon appear small because it looks very dim, like a small dot on a chart.
So, if you look at a chart of the sun, it’ll look much brighter than it actually is.
When you look directly at the moon and look up, you’ll see that the Moon’s shadow is darker than the sky at sunset, because the Moon doesn’t look directly into the Earth’s shadow.
That makes the eclipse a bit like a total eclipse, when the Sun is directly behind the Moon.
This gives the Moon the appearance of a huge ring of light that looks like a comet’s tail.
If the moon passes through that ring, it appears as a comet.
Because of the Sun’s position, it’s hard to see the full moon, which can be hard to track down.
But there are lots of great places to look for a lunar shadow, like the constellation Orion, which rises over the horizon at dawn.
You can also find a large, dark shadow over the Atlantic Ocean at dusk.
The best way to see this is to look through a telescope at a good location, like within the southern Hemisphere.
You’ll see the faint moon and the faint Moon’s tail, which appears a bit bigger than a dot on the chart.
If that’s not enough, look up through a clear window in the evening and you’ll be able to see Orion’s tail even though it’s dark.
For best results, use a large-format telescope, like one with a wide field of view, which should be mounted directly above the Moon and in front of it.
Look through a small one or two at a time.
This will let you look across the sky from the best viewing angles.