There will be a lunar eclipse on Sunday, the second such event of the year, but is this time considered to be a special event because it coincides with a period of a supermoon, a full moon that is significantly larger and brighter than usual.

According to the experts, this is the first supermoon eclipse experienced since 1982, and will not be repeated in the same extent until 2033, a period of over half a century.

It will be visible from throughout Latin America, half of the United States and Spain, and will be visible, subject to cloud cover and weather conditions, in the early hours of the morning on Monday, between 04:11 and 05:23 in the morning.