On Sunday, the third super moon of 2015 will also be eclipsed, which is why many people are describing it as a "blood moon." It starts as a penumbral eclipse at 8:11 EDT in the US, becomes a partial eclipse at 9:07, is total by 10:11 and reaches its greatest extent at 10:47. Watching will be iffy on the East Coast and in parts of the Pacific Northwest, but most of the US is forecast to have clear skies, with scattered clouds in some areas. Because this is the third super moon of the year and it is going to be eclipsed, there are numerous astrologers with ideas about what it means, and people--as always--prophesying doom.
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