If You Can't See The Super Blue Blood Moon, Don't Worry NASA Has You Covered

By Kashaf | 31 Jan, 2018

Tonight, a blue moon, supermoon, blood moon and lunar eclipse are going to combine and become what NASA is calling ‘super blue blood moon’.

Lucky for Pakistanis, Asia is supposed to get one of the best views, while western Europe and Africa will miss out entirely.

However, if weather conditions do not cooperate, or you are unable to catch the show, NASA will be providing live coverage of the entire celestial spectacle.  You can watch the live stream here.


The moon can be seen from anywhere in Pakistan, depending on the weather conditions. According to scientists, in Pakistan, the eclipse will start around 6:15 PKT (18:15 GMT+5). After the total eclipse is over the moon will come out of the shadow of the Earth. The totality of the eclipse, according to NASA, will last for about 1 hour and 16 minutes.

source: NASA


So gather your friends and family and get ready to witness the incredible show!

People are watching the live stream from all over the world!

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What a wonderful way to bring the world together!

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