It’s not very often that we get something like this.

Get ready to check out the night sky, because a natural phenomenon is coming to the Natural State. At the end of the month, hopefully January 20th, a total lunar eclipse, a Super Blood Wolf Full Moon, will rise into the night sky.


The eclipse will start at 9pm, but its peak won’t happen until about 11pm. Should be a great way to finish off the weekend!

If you’re wondering what the heck a “Super Blood Wolf Full Moon Means”, you’re probably not alone, as it’s quite an odd name.

A “super moon” occurs when the moon is the closest to the Earth as it can possibly be. “Blood” refers to the reddish tint due to the light filtering, and “wolf” is a Native American term.

If you remember last year’s solar eclipse, protective eyewear was needed in order to view it. That won’t be the case this year. You’ll be able to break out the telescope, or just comfortably watch it from your deck.

The next total lunar eclipse won’t come around until May 26th, 2021 so if you’re interested in seeing incredible things like this, now would be the time to check it out!

Where are you going to be watching? The team here at Carter Recruiting will certainly be catching a glimpse while we’re relaxing at home and getting ready for the work week.

We can’t wait! Can you?

Carter Recruiting and Associates is one of the largest independent recruiting and outplacement companies in Arkansas. Our headquarters, located in Little Rock and our satellite office in Conway, both service accounts nationwide. We have satisfied clients and references from some of the largest companies in the state. With over 50 collective years of experience in the recruiting business, we have a vast amount of resources and knowledge to ensure a job well done.

Cherie Richardson

Cherie Richardson

Cherie is the owner and president of Carter Recruiting and Associates. She holds a BA in psychology from the University of Mississippi and has over 30 years of experience in the recruitment of executive and manufacturing professionals. Cherie’s work has been instrumental for new plant start-ups, as well as building and maintaining relationships throughout the region and state of Arkansas. She is a member of the National Association of Female Executives and the National Association of Women Business Owners.