Attention all West Coast Werewolf ass motherfuckers. Tonight when you walk out of the bar at last call, you will be looking at some cosmic gangsta shit. Recognize.
Astronomers say the eclipse should be a beauty, but only people willing to stay up very late or set their alarm clocks for long after midnight will see it. It will last for a full hour and a half, and during that time, the moon’s color could be anything from a dull and dusky red-brown to a reddish or even orange glow, depending on how much dust, pollution and mist is in the atmosphere.
For the wide-awake, a partial eclipse will start at 1:51 a.m. Tuesday and become total starting at 2:52 a.m. By 4:22 a.m., the total phase will be over, but then as the moon begins to emerge from Earth’s shadow, another partial phase will begin. The eclipse will end at 5:24 a.m., just as the sky lightens at dawn.
I’m scared. Hold me.