Many people around the world will be able to see an orangey red, big supermoon that will be covered during the total lunar eclipse taking place during Sunday night and the early hours of Monday 28th September (local time), but Tenerife is one of the best vantage points.
The supermoon which happens once every year, will appear 14% larger and 30% brighter in the sky that evening, but as if that wasn’t already a spectacular sight, this eclipse is the fourth and final of the ”blood moons,” a phrase that has become popular to describe the four lunar eclipses we have seen in 2014 and 2015. Scientifically this is known as a “lunar tetrad.”
Another supermoon eclipse will not occur again until 2033
The Canarian SiempreWeb company are to be responsible for the HD cameras and streaming via the internet to cover the coming lunar eclipse.