One of the first big space events of 2019 will happen on the night of January 20. It's a super blood wolf moon eclipse and it is going to be spectacular if you're willing to stay up late enough to see it.

The NASA website has all the technical details about this special lunar eclipse, but here's a rundown of events.

According to USA Today, the super blood wolf moon eclipse will begin around 7:36 p.m. MST on January 20. By 8:34 p.m., the partial eclipse will begin. It will reach its totality around 10:12 p.m. over Bozeman.

NASA put together a nifty map showing the areas that will be able to see the entire lunar eclipse.

NASA.gov

What's so special about this event? It's rare that a super blood wolf moon coincides with a lunar eclipse, as Tech Times shared.

Now, we just need to hope/pray for clear skies the night of January 20.