Keep Your Eyes
Peeled because Ontario’s sky is set to be extra captivating this May.
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.
The Eclipse Should Be Visible
From coast to coast, however local weather conditions and time zones will determine a person’s viewing conditions.
A Total Lunar Eclipse
Occurs when the moon is at the closest point to Earth in its orbit.
It’s Known As
A “blood moon” because the moon turns red during the eclipse.
Backyard Astronomer Gary Boyle
“It’s a spectacular event, The full moon gets darker and turns a beautiful copper-orange colour.”