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Here’s when to catch the Blood Flower Moon total eclipse

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Keep your eyes peeled because Ontario’s sky is set to be extra captivating this May. 

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On the evening of May 15 and into the early morning hours of May 16, the moon will undergo a total eclipse resulting in a Blood Flower Moon. 

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The eclipse should be visible from coast to coast, however local weather conditions and time zones will determine a person’s viewing conditions.

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A total lunar eclipse occurs when the moon is at the closest point to Earth in its orbit. 

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It’s known as a “blood moon” because the moon turns red during the eclipse. 

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“It’s a spectacular event,” said Backyard Astronomer Gary Boyle. “The full moon gets darker and turns a beautiful copper-orange colour.” 

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