How to Watch the Extremely Rare 'Super Blue Blood Moon' in Colorado

The last time we saw a total lunar eclipse of a blue moon was in 1866, and even longer than that when you add in a supermoon. Well, all of those things will happen at once on Wednesday!

Well worth getting out of bed early, because that is exactly what you’ll need to do. The Coloradoan says “the eclipse will begin in the Rocky Mountain region about 4:48 a.m. and peak about 6:30 a.m., according to NASA. Totality in Fort Collins will take place from about 5:51 a.m. to moonset at 7:13 a.m.”

They all say it will be visible anywhere in Colorado, so no need to drive anywhere fancy. You can get a better view with binoculars or a telescope, though.

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