January 2019's total lunar eclipse will coincide with a supermoon, and it will come super close to Earth.
According to USA TODAY, the Super Blood Wolf Moon will be visible throughout the U.S. late January 20 through the early hours of January 21. Other parts of the world like Asia, Australia, India, and many parts of the Pacific Islands will miss out on this blood moon-supermoon hybrid and its reddish-copper color.
The phenomenon will being at 8:36 p.m. CST on January 20, where we'll notice a "little notch is sort of taken out of the moon." It will then enter into the earth's shadow and the sun will be totally blocked out. It'll reach a full eclipse by 11:12 p.m.