Two phenomena expected for this month will happen this Wednesday, 26: the Total Eclipse and the Super Blood Moon.
In Brazil, only the partial phase of the eclipse can be seen, 6:45 pm, Brasília time, lasting 15 minutes.
On the planet, the best place to view it will be eastern Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
The supermoon can be seen all over the world, if the night sky is clear.
Our atmosphere filters the light and gives the Moon a reddish touch, which is why this phenomenon is called by some "Blood Moon".
The Blood Moon happens at the moment when the satellite is closer to the Earth and, for this reason, it appears to be bigger, guaranteeing another phenomenon, the supermoon.
Lunar eclipses happen when the Sun and the Moon are exactly on opposite sides of the Earth. When this alignment happens, our planet prevents the part of the sunlight reaching the moon.
This is the first total eclipse since January 2019 and should be visible for 15 minutes.
According to NASA, supermoons and eclipses are different phenomena, which do not always occur at the same time.
"This month brings an excellent opportunity to enjoy the view," said the agency's website.
Eclipses in 2021
See other upcoming eclipses of the year:
June 10 - Annual Solar Eclipse
November 19 - Partial Lunar Eclipse
December 4 - Total solar eclipse