Going to have to set your alarm a little earlier tomorrow. Because you are not going to want to miss this. Tomorrow morning at 5:11 am, you are going to want to slip on your slippers and step out on to the back porch. If you look up you will witness to lunar events happening at the same time.

First, you will see what is known as the Super Flower Blood Moon.

According to NPR.ORG

Full moons that occur in May are sometimes known as flower moons. According to The Old Farmer's Almanac, the name is a reference to the flowers that are blooming in May and has been attributed to Native American, Colonial American and European sources.

But, not only is it going to be a full moon. It will be a super moon because of its location in earth's orbit. Appearing larger than usual. On top of that it is also a blood moon. meaning it is aligned with the sun and earth's shadow. Making it appear red.

Secondly, the alignment with the sun and earth will create the first total lunar eclipse since 2019.

According to NPR.ORG

The biggest draw of this celestial event is that a supermoon and a total lunar eclipse are occurring simultaneously. In the past 10 years, there have been just nine total lunar eclipses. Supermoons are more common — they typically occur several times a year.

Thankfully, this is something that us here in Montana will get a front row seat for. Get your coffee pot, robe and slippers ready, as the total lunar eclipse is only expected to last 15 minutes. Once again, starting at 5:11 am Mountain time on May 26th.

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