A total lunar eclipse will spawn a rare and dramatic ‘supermoon’ blood moon during the night of 27th and 28th of September. In Łódz its peak can be observed at 4:47am. The earth will start covering the moon at 3:07am, total eclipse will occur from 4:11am to 5:23am.
Supermoons or blood moons occur when the moon reaches its full phase at or near the planet’s closest approach to earth, and appears abnormally large and bright as a result. The Sept. 27 event is quite special as the last supermoon eclipse occurred in 1982, and the next won’t take place until 2033.