Tomorrow night, Wednesday, Oct. 8, you will get the chance to see one of the rarest  types of lunar eclipse, called a selenelion or horizontal eclipse.

You won't have long to catch this though and we always have the weather to contend with.


The crazy light trick will only be visible for a short period of between two and nine minutes.

Most of the time, a lunar eclipse will occur well before sunrise, but that  won't be the case on Wednesday morning. The Earth will pass between the sun and  moon, eclipsing the moon in the process, which will begin at 6:25 a.m. EST and  last through sunrise, but only on the east coast.