It has astronomers across the nation excited.
One of the common myths related to food is that one should avoid during a lunar eclipse.
Dr Gregory Brown, of the Royal Observatory Greenwich, said: 'We miss a section of the eclipse due to the moon being below our horizon when it starts.
What is Total Lunar Eclipse? This is much longer than standard lunar eclipses which last for only around one hour. The entire United States won't be able to see a full lunar eclipse again until January.
"Sometimes, the moon passes through the lighter part of Earth's shadow, causing a penumbral eclipse and total eclipse occur when the Earth completely block Sun rays from reaching the moon", he said. The full moon in communal, idealistic Aquarius arrives with extra potency as a total blood moon lunar eclipse, the second in a trio of galvanizing eclipses happening between July 12 and August 11 of this year. The partial eclipse will start from 11:54 pm IST, close to midnight then it will become total lunar eclipse at around 1 am, it will last until 2:43 am, then eventually, it will end by 3:49 am.
Being able to see the Sun and a lunar eclipse at once might be thought impossible, given these events typically happened when the Sun, the Earth and the moon were all in a straight line.
Lunar eclipses tend to last a few hours.
Instead, it will appear to be a deep copper red as it reflects the scattered light of all the sunsets and sunrises on Earth back at us.
Solar eclipses are a rarer sight in NZ. And you don't have to worry about having a telescope, with astronomers saying that there is no need for special equipment. It only reflects the light it gets from the Sun.
Bonnie added: "There is a weather warning in place for thunderstorms set to affect the eastern coast of England - but the east coast of Scotland may see the odd heavy thundery shower".
"Perhaps the best chance you have is across parts of Oxfordshire and the far north of Scotland". There isn't anything particularly scientific about it, but it makes for wonderful viewing and photographs.
According to MetService, the Dunedin and Clutha areas will be ideal for watching the selenelion on Saturday morning.
Nakheel will sponsor a free event for stargazers in Jumeirah Village Circle in Dubai from 9.30pm until 1.30am where stargazers can relax on beanbags and enjoy movie screenings, bouncy castles and free refreshments in 2nd December Park, District 14.