Mark your calendars for September 27th. That's when scientists say a supermoon lunar eclipse will rule the sky for the first time in 30 years. The 'Supermoon', which appears up to 14% larger in diameter due to its proximity to Earth, will also turn a reddish hue due to the Moon passing directly behind the Earth, into its shadow.

So get out your telescopes and be prepared to be amazed; the supermoon lunar eclipse will not be seen in the northern hemisphere until 2033.