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Bloody Lunacy: How To Survive The 2018 Super Blue Blood Moon Eclipse

01/09/2018 // 11 Comments

  Prepare for a cosmic calamity—on January 31, 2018—a rare lunar eclipse will cause the world to explode into a million pieces. Just kidding. Do you want to see the 2018 Blue Blood Supermoon eclipse? Well, you better sip some coffee before the birds start chirping, because If you live on the east coast of the United States, you’ll only be able to observe the beginning of the lunar eclipse, which starts at 5:51 am (EST). The Moon will not be visible during the entire eclipse. Sorry. The rest of the world gets the cosmic shaft, too. Sort of. Great news! You’ll have a [Click Here To Read Article...]