There’s going to be a special show in the skies over the weekend.
A total lunar eclipse and super moon will light up the sky on Sunday, January 20.
The lunar eclipse will create a red glow, while the super moon will make it appear bigger and brighter.
Viewers are supposed to be able to see it without a telescope if the weather hold up, but if you want to do something extra special, the Royal Hawaiian Center will offer a viewing from 7-8:30 PM.
This will also be the first lunar eclipse of the 2019 New Year.