The New Year brings promise of new and exciting things, and the sky gives: You will be able to see the heavenly phenomenon in mid-January.
On January 20, full moon eclipse will occur, sometimes called a moon in the blood. It will match the supermoon and the magic moon.
Eclipse will be visible throughout North and South America, according to Space.com.
From the beginning to the end, the eclipse of the moon will last 3 hours and 17 minutes, and the totality will last 1 hour and 2 minutes, according to NASA.
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On the west coast, the eclipse begins at 7:33 am. and the totality begins at 8:41 am, according to Space.com. The integrity ends at 9:43 am and the eclipse ends at 10:50 am.
It will be the second year in a row for San Luis Obispo County to have front-row seats in the lunar trifle. In January 2018, the county spotted a super blue moon.
Monthly dimming causes the appearance of the moon to change when it enters the Earth's shadow, according to Space.com. During the eclipse, the moon turns into a rusty, red color, leading to the inventor, "Moon of the Moon".
Supermoon refers to a new or full moon that coincides with the time of the month when the moon is closest to Earth in its orbit, according to EarthSky.
And the magical moon refers to January full moon, according to timeanddate.com. The site is planning to convert Eclipse.
The next full moon eclipse will occur on May 26, 2021 and will be visible through the Pacific Ocean.