A significant astronomical event will be occurring Sunday evening and if you miss it, you will have to wait until 2033 for your next chance to witness it. The event is the total eclipse of a super Blood Moon.

This Blood Moon is the fourth of a rare event called a tetrad which began on April 15th, 2014. A tetrad is four lunar eclipses, in a row. In this current tetrad, all of the Blood Moons have occurred on Jewish Holy days. Sunday's Blood Moon falls on the Jewish Holy Day of Rosh Hashanah, a time of remembrance and judgment.

The Super Blood Moon eclipse event begins Sunday evening at 9:07 pm. and ends at 11:23 pm., and it’s free. All you need to do is to go outdoors and look-up.