In case you didn’t know, there is going to be a rare astronomical event happening on January 31: a super blue blood moon.

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A blue moon is the second full moon occurring in a month. A supermoon happens when the moon appears bigger due to its closer proximity to the earth. Lastly, a blood moon is what you’d scientifically call a total lunar eclipse.

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Yes, all of that is happening in one night.

If you’re interested in experiencing it as most astronomers do, the Philippine Astronomical Society, together with numerous astronomy groups and observation stations, is inviting everyone to a Free Telescope Viewing of this once-in-a-lifetime event. The PSA shares on their Facebook page that these stations all over the country are opening their doors to the public:

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Manila

1. Philippine Astronomical Society, Inc.

Venue: Luneta. Rizal Park

Open to all, walk-ins allowed

6pm-12am

2. Bedan Society of Young Astronomers

Venue: San Beda College, Manila

6pm-10pm

 

Quezon City

1. Philippine Astronomical Society, Inc.

Venue: Manila Observatory, ADMU

50pax max (Update: Registration is already closed.)

6pm-12am

2. Manila Street Astronomers

Venue: SM North EDSA

Open to all, walk-ins allowed

7pm onwards

3. UP Astronomical Society

Venue: PAGASA Astronomical Observatory UP Diliman

Open to all, walk-ins allowed

6pm-12:10am

 

San Juan

 

1. Manila Street Astronomers

Venue: Pinaglabanan Shrine, San Juan

Open to all, walk-ins allowed

6pm-12am

 

Muntinlupa

 

1. Manila Street Astronomers

Venue: Alabang Town Center

Open to all, walk-ins allowed

6pm-12am

 

Cavite

1. Astronomy and Physics Society of St. Edward Integrated School

Venue: SunTech iPark Lancaster Square New City, Imus Cavite

Open to all, walk-ins allowed

7pm-10pm

 

Laguna

1. Philippine Astronomical Society

Venue: Sampaloc Lake Park, Bonifacio Statue, San Pablo City, Laguna

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Open to all, walk-ins allowed

7:30pm-10pm

 

2. UPLB Astronomical Society

Venue: Carabao Park, UP Los Baños

Open to all

7pm-10pm

 

Batangas

1. Kapusod in cooperation with Philippine Astronomical Society

Venue: Lakefront, Kapusod, Kinalaglagan, Mataasnakahoy, Batangas

Open to all, walk-ins allowed,

*Note: public transportation at night is not available

7pm-11pm

Davao 

Davao Stargazers

Venue: Abreeza Ayala Mall, Davao City

Open to all, walk-ins allowed

7pm-10pm

FN Tip: Pick an observation station that’s far from the city. Who knows? Maybe you can even take a beautiful snap of this occasion.

For more details, visit the Philippine Astronomical Society’s Facebook page.

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