HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) –
You do not need a telescope to look at the lunar eclipse on Sunday. It was in your backyard!
The entire lunar eclipse happened on Sunday evening in Houston.
It's called the "Moon of the Super Blood Wolf".
Wolf, which means the first full moon in January, and a blood moon, because of its red color of light, bent over the atmosphere.
People were invited to Brazos Bend State Park and George Observatory to observe the moon's transformation.
"The coolest part will be to observe the eclipse reaching its fullness, because at that moment the Moon is pretty bright, so when it reaches the fullness of the eclipse all other stars you can not see before will come out," he said Josh Ron, Operations Manager at the George Observatory.
This is beyond this world experience, and you will not be able to see a lunar eclipse like this again by 2022.
The Houstonians managed to get the best view between 21
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