A partial eclipse of the moon will be visible in the Netherlands on Tuesday, if the weather is right.
The moon rises at 9.48pm and the eclipse, which will take a large chunk out of the moon, will be at its height around 23.30.
According to the KNMI weather bureau, there will be little cloud around on Tuesday evening, clearing the way for good views of the eclipse.
The eclipse takes place on the 50th anniversary of the day that Apollo 11 left earth for the first moon landing by humans.
The last full lunar eclipse visible in the Netherlands took place in January, and the next will be in October 2023.