Celestial events are usually cause for some back-country driving with friends, and watching the sky in amazement. Whether it's a lunar eclipse, a comet shooting through the sky or an insanely big full moon, they're awesomely trippy to watch.
But how would you feel about seeing them happen all at once? That'd just be too much to handle, right? I mean even the most diehard stargazer would have a difficult time processing all of that outer-space amazingness, right?
A "Snow Moon" is the name associated with a full moon that falls in February, as it's the month that historically gets the most snowfall each year. You can catch this bad boy at 5:33pm on Friday night and it'll be gone by 7:22am (EST).
Comet Lovejoy is visible near Earth’s horizon in this nighttime image photographed by NASA astronaut Dan Burbank, Expedition 30 commander, onboard the International Space Station on Dec. 22, 2011. #tbt #throwbackthursday #nasa #international #space #station #internationalspacestation #spacestation #outofthisworld #outerspace #astronaut #comet
🤗❤So, lovelies... Full Moon in Leo Eclipse on Friday February 10th. A lil about that... Ideal or seemingly awful, you are exactly where you need to be at this point in time. Still, be ready for sudden endings. If you have something - or someone - toxic in your life, now will be the time to cut them out without hesitation or second guessing. That's that fierceness of Leo - no time for games. Welcome the changes that come your way and trust the path. I wish everyone a happy, healthy and change welcoming Lunar eclipse! 🌒🌓🌔🌑🖤🌕🌖🌗🌘 #witchesofinstagram #witchythings #lunareclipse #astrology #horoscope #moonchild #fullmoon
As long as you're in Europe, Africa, most parts of Asia, or North America, you'll be able to catch the eclipse.
So if you're a space-o-phile, then set a calendar reminder for this weekend and practice looking up into the sky.