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Sunday night between 8 and 11:30 pm, if you look towards the sky you may be able to see something that hasn't happened in 30 years.

Sunday night we will be witness to a "Super Moon Eclipse", a total lunar eclipse which MSN.com reports should be visiible throughout the United States. NASA is going to live stream the eclipse beginning at 8 pm.

The height of the eclipse will occur between 10 and 10:45 pm. This eclipse will be notable because it is the "blood moon" which displays a red tinge due to light from the moon being filtered through the Earth's atmosphere