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Here's what time to catch the Blood Moon in your city

Like you needed another excuse to pull an all-nighter.

By: Joshua Joynes

Start praying for a cloud-free morning because there's a lunar eclipse (aka ~the blood moon~) coming our way. If you're dedicated enough to brave what will no doubt be a bitterly cold Saturday morning (July 28) it's promising to be a good one.

Basically it's a super special cosmic event that sees planet Earth fully eclipsing the moon. But beyond the super scientific nature of the event, our witchy intuition is telling us it's set to cause some chaos for certain astrological star signs…

But how do we know that?

Naturally Twitter's in a bloody blood moon meltdown…

The eclipse will be visible at the same time all over the world, except in North America (probs a Trump thing).

Depending on your time zone you can catch the blood moon out at this time Saturday morning:

Adelaide:
Partial eclipse begins: 3:54am
Total eclipse (of the heart) begins: 5:00am
Maximum eclipse: 5:52am

Brisbane:
Partial eclipse begins: 4:24am
Total eclipse (of the heart) begins: 5:30am
Maximum eclipse: 6:22am

Canberra:
Partial eclipse begins: 4:24am
Total eclipse (of the heart) begins: 5:30am
Maximum eclipse: 6:22am

Darwin:
Partial eclipse begins: 3:54am
Total eclipse (of the heart) begins: 5:00am
Maximum eclipse: 5:52am

Hobart
Partial eclipse begins: 4:24am
Total eclipse (of the heart) begins: 5:30am
Maximum eclipse: 6:22am

Melbourne
Partial eclipse begins: 4:24am
Total eclipse (of the heart) begins: 5:30am
Maximum eclipse: 6:22am

Perth
Partial eclipse begins: 2:24am
Total eclipse (of the heart) begins: 3:30am
Maximum eclipse: 4:22am

Sydney
Partial eclipse begins: 4:24am
Total eclipse (of the heart) begins: 5:30am
Maximum eclipse: 6:22am

Now find out what the best sex position is for your star sign: