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.

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