Super 'Blood Moon' to be Visible in Hawaii

Lucky we Live Hawaii; Residents and visitors of the state will be treated to a spectacular celestial event, as the 'Super Flower Blood Moon' will be a front-row display late Tuesday evening and into early Wednesday morning.

The lunar event is taking place as the 'Super Moon', a peroid where the moon's rotation is closer to earth, coincides with a Total Eclipse.

Astronomers tell on-lookers to look to the South-east. The 5-hour event climaxes early Wednesday at 1:18 AM, and runs for a total duration of 5 hours.