This is going to be a good one, as it coincides with a 'Super Moon' event.


A 'Super Moon' is an event that occurs when the moon is closer to the earth than at other full moons during the year.

If you want to share in the viewing experience, you should be in Market Square in Portsmouth Sunday, as members from the New Hampshire Astronomical Society will be there.

According to their website:

" The total part of the eclipse will last from 10:11 to 11:23 p.m. Sunday with the maximum part of Earth’s shadow covering the moon around 10:47 p.m. so viewers should dress warm and plan to be out late. Although NHAS astronomers will be leaving after the total part of the eclipse, those wanting to experience the entire eclipse from start to finish will need to make plans for a long night out as the full event will run from 8:11 p.m. to 1:22 a.m., Monday, Sept. 28. NHAS telescopes will be set up at 7 p.m. to show views of objects in the sky running up to the start of the eclipse."

Sadly, there's a good chance I'll be sound asleep when this occurs. However, for those of you who have regular lives and don't live like an infant, I think you'll see something quite unique.

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