January 7, 2019 | by: Bill Bradley

Super Blood Moon 2019 (Total Lunar Eclipse)

Super Blood Moon 2019 will happen on January 20/ 21

What makes this lunar eclipse even more special, this is last total lunar eclipse until May 26, 2021. The previous lunar eclipse took place on July 27 last year.

How to watch Super Blood Moon 2019

it’s simple, you just need to step out to your terrace or another wide open space, and stare at the night sky till you spot it.

What are super blood Moon and ‘Wolf Moon’?

Super blood moon is a phenomenon in which the Moon appears particularly large and bright, with a reddish glow. The larger appearance of Moon can be attributed to the distance between Earth and Moon. During a Super Moon, the Moon is closer than usual to the Earth, making it look larger and brighter. But why red, you ask? During a total lunar eclipse, when the sunlight passes through Earth’s atmosphere, the shorter blue wavelengths of sunlight are scattered outside the Earth’s shadow and the longer red wavelengths are refracted towards the Moon, making it look reddish. The brightness of the red glow depends on the amount of dust and clouds in the Earth’s atmosphere. More dust can the make the Moon look a darker red.

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