A blood-red moon will dominate the sky Sunday night, delighting some sky watchers while leaving others in fear that the apocalypse is nigh.

The lunar eclipse and supermoon will happen simultaneously, an event the world hasn’t seen in more than three decades. The last one was in 1982, according to NASA. 

Earthlings who miss Sunday night’s celestial show will have to wait about 18 years for their chance to catch another supermoon eclipse, which NASA calculates will return in 2033.

“That’s rare because it’s something an entire generation may not have seen,” says NASA’s Noah Pedro in a statement about the event.


Ladies and gentlemen, Nick Drake.