An impressive lunar event over Huddersfield is just around the corner.
On July 27 at around 8.50pm the moon will appear in the sky partially blocked from view by the sun.
It will also have a reddish tint, hence the name 'blood moon'.
To see this lunar-solar event at its best you'll need to head south, preferably to mainland Europe.
But it will still be something to see in Huddersfield and the north of England.
The occurrence, which will last approximately one hour and 45 minutes, has been hailed as the century's longest total lunar eclipse, the Express reports.
And the night sky — depending on the weather — will host a double feature as, coincidentally, red planet Mars will be appear extra bright as its orbit comes the closest it has been in 15 years to the Earth.
The Royal Observatory Greenwich will stream the eclipse live from London.
The Blood Moon eclipse, which features live commentary from a number of astronomers, will go live on the evening of July 27.
The Observatory will reveal more details about the stream on Facebook a week in advance.