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first_imgShare Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail This weekend, people across Colorado will have an opportunity to view what some have dubbed a “super blood wolf moon.” This event, the first and only total lunar eclipse of the year, will begin at 9:41 p.m. Mountain time on Sunday, Jan. 20.It will be a show for observers on the ground because the moon will look reddish in color and seem bigger than usual during the eclipse. Experts from CU Boulder are available for media interviews on this astronomical event and why it’s a must-see for lovers of space. Paul Hayne is an assistant professor in the Department of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences. In the video and audio files below, he breaks down the name “super blood wolf moon” and discusses the best ways to view this rare occurrence. [email protected] radio clipsDownload SOTs for TVDouglas Duncan is a senior instructor in astrophysical and planetary sciences and the former director of CU Boulder’s Fiske Planetarium. He’s an avid popularizer of astronomy and has talked about space regularly for news segments in Chicago and Colorado. [email protected] Published: Jan. 17, 2019 last_img read more