…that is if you’re going to be awake at 2 am tomorrow. Canadians across the country will get a chance to view a total lunar eclipse this week — the first of four that will occur nearly every six months.
Total lunar eclipses occur twice a year but are not visible everywhere on Earth at the same time.
The year’s first eclipse will begin just before 2 a.m. Tuesday and will offer ideal viewing for observers throughout the Western Hemisphere. Maybe playing a side of Dark Side of the Moon will be in order.