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Not only is this the full moon so that it will appear bigger and brighter than usual, the star lovers will be treated to a lunar eclipse, when the shadow of the Earth will obscure the moon for the night, creating a reddish orange glow. Total lunar eclipses occur when the moon and sun are on the opposite side of the Earth, according to NASA. The earth blocks sunlight which usually reaches the moon, instead of sunlight that hits the surface of the moon, the shadow of the Earth will fall on it.

When a partial eclipse begins, sky watchers will see "small curves removed from the moon", according to Brian Murphy, director of the Holcomb Observatory & Planetarium and professor of Butler University in Indiana.

He said: "The moon begins to enter the shadow of the Earth in a section called the umbra when the sun is completely blocked.

"The earth moves from right to left through shadow."

Supermoon January 20 is the first of three supermons in 2019.

Others will fall on February 19 and March 21.

Eclipse 2019 USA:

Eclipse 2019 USA: Eclipse will be seen as a whole in the USA (Image: Getty)

What time is Super Blood Wolf Moon in the US?

Hawaii Standard Time, e.g. Honolulu

Collapse Eclipse starts: Not immediately visible

Partial Eclipse starts: Not immediately visible

Total eclipse starts: 6.41 pm (Sunday, January 20)

Maximum eclipse: 19.12 (Sunday, January 20)

Eclipse Total ends: 1943 (Sunday, January 20)

Partial eclipse ends: 20.50 (Sunday, January 20)

Eclipse penumbral ends: 9.58 nights (Sunday, January 20)

Alaska Standard Time, e.g. Anchorage

Eclipse Penumbral starts: 17:36 (Sunday, January 20)

Partial Eclipse starts: 6.33 pm (Sunday, January 20)

Eclipse Total starts: 7.41 nights (Sunday, January 20)

Maximum eclipse: 8.12 nights (Sunday, January 20)

Total Eclipse ends: 8.43 nights (Sunday, January 20)

Partial eclipse ends: 21.50 (Sunday, January 20)

Eclipse penumbral ends: 10.48 nights (Sunday, January 20)

Eclipse 2019 USA:

Eclipse 2019 USA: Supermoon January 20 is the first of three games in 2019 (Image: Getty)

Pacific Standard Time eg Los Angeles

Eclipse Penumbral starts: 6.36 pm (Sunday, January 20)

Partial eclipse begins: 1933 (Sunday, January 20)

Eclipse Total starts: 8.41 nights (Sunday, January 20)

Maximum eclipse: 21.12 (Sunday, January 20)

Eclipse Total ends: 9.43 pm (Sunday, January 20)

Partial eclipse ends: 22.50 (Sunday, January 20)

Eclipse Penumbral ends: 11.48 nights (Sunday, January 20)

Mountain Standard Time eg Salt Lake City

Eclipse Penumbral starts: 19:36 (Sunday, January 20)

Partial eclipse starts: 8.33 noon (Sunday, January 20)

Eclipse Total starts: 21.41 nights (Sunday, January 20)

Maximum eclipse: 10.12 noon (Sunday, January 20)

Total Eclipse ends: 10.43 nights (Sunday, January 20)

Partial eclipse ends: 11.50 a night (Sunday, January 20)

Eclipse penumbral ends: 12.48 am (Monday, January 21)

Eclipse 2019 USA:

A total lunar eclipse occurs when the moon and sun are on the opposite side of the Earth (Image: Getty)

Central Standard Time, e.g. Chicago

Penumbral eclipse starts: 8.36 pm (Sunday, January 20)

Partial eclipse starts: 9.33 noon (Sunday, January 20)

Total Eclipse starts: 10.41 nights (Sunday, January 20)

Maximum eclipse: 11.12 noon (Sunday, January 20)

Eclipse Total ends: 11.43 nights (Sunday, January 20)

Partial eclipse ends: 12.50 am (Monday, January 21)

Eclipse penumbral ends: 1.48 in the morning (Monday, January 21)

Eastern Standard Time, eg New York

Eclipse Penumbral starts: 9.36 noon (Sunday, January 20)

Partial Eclipse starts: 10.33 nights (Sunday, January 20)

Total eclipse starts: 11.41 noon (Sunday, January 20)

Maximum eclipse: 12.12 in the morning (Monday, January 21)

Total Eclipse ends: 12.43 in the morning (Monday, January 21)

Partial eclipse ends: 1.50 am (Monday, January 21)

Eclipse penumbral ends: 2.48 in the morning (Monday, January 21)

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