The biggest draw of this celestial event is that a supermoon and a total lunar eclipse are occurring simultaneously. "Blood" refers to the red tinge the moon will turn due to a lunar eclipse occurring at the same time as a super moon.
During a total lunar eclipse, the whole of the lunar disc enters the Earth's umbra, so lucky Moon gazers will be able to see a full, reddish Moon. On November 19, there will be a partial lunar eclipse that's just about visible, low in the sky, with barely any of the Moon in the Earth's penumbra.
If you are on the eclipse path (the best places to see the entire eclipse, including the whole, are Australia, parts of the western United States, western South America, Southeast Asia, According to timeanddate.com), Remember that there are three main stages to a lunar eclipse. It will also be visible from some parts of the Pacific, the Atlantic, and the Indian ocean.
In Australia's centre, the total eclipse will happen between 8.41 and 8.55pm, while in Western Australia the moon will appear fully red from 7.11 to 7.25pm.
The western portion of Ontario should be able to catch the partial eclipse at 5:44 a.m. EDT, while the rest of the country are unlikely to notice much of a change to the moon before it falls below the horizon. Only the partial eclipse, "which takes place as the Moon moves into and out of Earth's shadow" will be visible in parts of Eastern India, Nepal, western China, Mongolia, and eastern Russian Federation.
Throughout history, lunar eclipses have seemed dramatic.
Though the total lunar eclipse will not be visible in India, we can still watch the event. NASA has not yet announced a livestream.
The total lunar eclipse - when the Moon is in its deepest shadow - will only last for about 15 minutes, so it's important to plan ahead and know the exact time for your particular observing area.
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A "super blood moon" is pictured in 2018 in Hong Kong. The Supermoon represents the fact that this will be the closest full moon to Earth in 2021. These unique factors, when combined, result in a "SuperBlood Wolf Moon". But this one is different.
"As the moon perfectly centres in the earth's shadow, it hits this orange-red light".
Australian National University astrophysicist Brad Tucker says the shadow creates an fantastic orange-red glow that looks a bit like sunrise or sunset with the phenomenon happening every five years or so. This means the only light reflecting off the Moon's disc has already been refracted, or bent, by the Earth's atmosphere.
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