Total eclipses on the Moon are incredibly rare and occur only once or twice a year. The limbs occur when the moon passes through the center of the darkest shadow of the Earth, momentarily disappearing and reappearing in the dark sky. These so-called. the eclipses of the Moon's Moon Cold Moon unbearably deep and almost blood-like like orange with scattered sun rays.
The last one Blood moon peaked on the night of July 27 and went through parts of Central Asia and Europe.
Towards the end of the Moon's moon, eclipse passed through the United Kingdom, but the bad weather completely blurred the spectacle of nature.
And the American stars were equally disappointed, because the eclipse did not go through the United States at all.
The good news, however, is the next eclipse of the Blood Moon will pass directly over North America in less than two months.
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When is the moon next to the moon next to the United States?
The next eclipse of the Moon will see the new year when it peaks on the night of January 21, 2019.
According to NASA, the eclipse will hit the so-called. The biggest eclipse, its center, about 5.12 am (UTC).
From the beginning to the end, the Blood Moon will last about three hours and 17 minutes.
The totality of the eclipse in the shadow of the Earth will take about an hour and two minutes.
NASA says: "North Americans, do not worry. If the sky is clear, you can see the next eclipse of the moon on January 21, 2019."
Eclipse will be visible from North America, South America and much of Africa and Europe.
This means that enthusiasts in astronomy here in the UK, allowing time, will see the eclipse of the eclipse.
What is the eclipse of the Moon's moon?
The blood moon is after the effect of full moon eclipse when the Earth immerses the moon in its shadow.
Once or twice a year, the orbital plains on which the moon and the Earth spin, perfectly harmonize for the lunar orbit to cross the shadow of the planet or umber.
As the moon disappears into the womb, the sunlight that spills across the ends of the Earth passes through the dusty atmosphere of the planet.
The effect is known as Rayleigh scattering and is responsible for the characteristic red luster of the blood moon.
NASA explained: "When the moon passes through the shadow of the Earth, it becomes red.
"This is exactly because of the same reason that our sunset and sunset here on Earth are brilliant shades of pink and orange.
"During the eclipse of the moon, the only light that reaches the moon passes through the atmosphere of the Earth.
"The firmer, shorter light on the wavelength scatters and the longer wavelength red light passes through and makes it to the moon."