The inhabitants of the Earth will have the opportunity to observe this beautiful sight before Palm Sunday and Catholic Easter.
The 'bloody' moon will be out on April, 4.
As a result of the shortest lunar eclipse in the century, which will last about five minutes, the satellite will become fiery red.
Unfortunately, this remarkable phenomenon can not be observed in Ukraine, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. But residents of the USA, Asia and Australia will be able to enjoy it.
NASA plans to broadcast the celestial event live on April, 3 from 6 am EST.