NASA said: “The name ‘Blood Moon’ is also sometimes used for a Moon that appears reddish because of dust, smoke or haze in the sky.
“And it can be one of the Full Moons of autumn when the leaves are turning red.”
The next Blood Moon falls on the night of May 26, 2021.
After that, there will be a total eclipse on May 15 in 2022, November 8 in 2022, March 13 in 2025, and September 7 in 2025.
NASA said: “Because the Moon’s orbit with respect to the Sun has a mean duration of 29.53 days, there will always be one, and possibly two, lunar eclipses during each 345-day interval when the Sun (and Earth’s shadows) pass through the nodal eclipse zones. These time periods are called eclipse seasons”