This week brings the opportunity to see the year’s biggest ‘supermoon.’

Unless you’re in Kansas, of course.

Stupid rain.

The “Super Flower Blood Moon” will arc across the sky Wednesday, marking 2021’s only total lunar eclipse. The event will have the moon appear in the sky about seven percent larger than average, which is awesome. Less awesome is the fact that to really see the eclipse part of the supermoon, you’ll have to be in the western U.S. or Canada. Or Mexico. Or Peru. Or parts of Australia, New Zealand…you get the point.

Kansas? Nope.

There are online options to check out the eclipse. See below.