ABOVE: File pic of a blood moon.
The lunar eclipse tomorrow night on Tuesday, November 8 will be the last one visible until September 2025 according to North Coast Astronomy group.
A total lunar eclipse happens when the moon is in the Earth’s shadow.
This causes the moon to take on a red glow and it is called a blood moon.
In NSW, tomorrow night at 8.09pm, the eclipse begins.
A full eclipse will be visible 9.17-10.41pm.
The biggest issue will be the weather. It is predicted to be partly cloudy tomorrow.
Let’s hope the clouds part at the time of the eclipse so we can see the blood moon.