Supermoon AND Lunar Eclipse Will Be Visible In Montreal This Weekend
The night sky has never looked so cool.
If you're out and about this Sunday evening, you're going to want to make sure you stop and look up at the sky. For the first time in 33 years, a total lunar eclipse will be coinciding with a supermoon, and luckily for us, it will be visible right here in Montreal. Not only will you be able to see the moon turn a really cool red-y colour, but it'll be extra big and bright while it's happening.
The penumbral eclipse will start at 8:11pm, with the total eclipse starting at 10:11, peaking at 10:47, and ending at 11:23. This total eclipse-supermoon combination won't be happening again until 2033, so you're going to want to go see it while you have a chance.
If you're looking for a spot to watch it, here are some great star-gazing locations that I'm sure will get you some pretty sweet views. Now all you have to do it grab some friends, a blanket, and maybe a couple of beers and you're in for a pretty cool night.