A blood moon total lunar eclipse happens this Sunday night with Forbes calling it the "best-timed blood moon in a century."
The moon will turn blood red as it passes our planet's shadow, with Earth blocking the sunlight. This show starts at around 9:32 pm EST but will move into its best view at around 10:27 pm. The moon's "totality phase" will last around 85 minutes.
Space.com, calling the blood moon total lunar eclipse "a must-see" says around 2.7 billion people will get to watch the moon turn a coppery red.
Are you that person who drags everyone outside to see lunar eclipses?
Because, I am.