Rare Blood Moon, Eclipse Over Buffalo This Month
There is a rare phenomenon that will take place over the Buffalo and Western New York area later this month. The "Blood Moon" will also be eclipsed and visible in most of the United States.
The eclipse will take place on the night of Wednesday, May 26th.
The USA Today reports that the moon will appear red and the eclipse will last around 14 minutes.
Folks in the western U.S. will have the best view of the eclipse, while those in the central U.S. will see a partial lunar eclipse just before the moon sets below the horizon. Unfortunately, people who live along the East Coast won’t see much of anything eclipse-related, the Old Farmer's Almanac said.