This weekend's full Moon is a "supermoon," the biggest and brightest of the year, and it is about to be eclipsed. On Sunday evening, Sept 27th, sky watchers in North America will see the swollen lunar orb glide through the shadow of Earth, turning it a beautiful shade of sunset red. The same eclipse will be visible from South America, Europe, Africa and parts of Asia during the early hours of Sept. 28th. The Coca-Cola Space Science Center is broadcasting the event live at http://www.ccssc.org/webcast.html .
For more information about the eclipse, and a big sunspot facing Earth this weekend, visit http://spaceweather.com
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