(SPACE.COM) — The rare Super Blue Blood Moon eclipse of Jan. 31 will thrill early-morning skywatchers around the world on Wednesday, but you’ll have plenty of ways to watch it if you don’t live in a region that will see totality.

Skywatchers in California, western Canada, Hawaii, Alaska, Australia and eastern Asia should be able to see the entire eclipse, weather permitting — they will see the moon pass completely through Earth’s shadow while simultaneously being at its closest to Earth (a “supermoon”) and, in most areas, the second full moon of the month (a “Blue Moon”). Early risers elsewhere can turn to live webcasts to watch the whole show.

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