ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Sunday night, the moon will fall into alignment with the Earth and sun, in what’s called a total lunar eclipse. Hopefully, the anticipated cloud cover will break up, and spectators will be able to see the moon turn a reddish hue.

News10’s Jill Szwed and Giuliana Bruno interviewed Vicki Space from the Dudley Observatory about the spectacle. You can watch their chat in the player above.