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Get ready for the "Moon of the Super Bloody Wolf": the first full moon of the New Year will come with a lunar eclipse and will appear surprisingly close to Earth

  • On January 20-21, the full moon will be the super-moon, and there will be a lunar eclipse
  • Super Moon means that it is in its monthly orbit at its nearest point to Earth.
  • Since the January moon is called the Wolf Moon, the event is called “Super Blood Wolf Moon.”

The first full moon of 2019 will undoubtedly be a spectacular sight.

On the night of January 20/21, the full moon will coincide with a total lunar eclipse, as a result of which the Earth satellite will acquire an eerie red glow with an effect that has become known as the Blood Moon.

At the same time, the Moon will sit at its closest point to Earth in its orbit when it appears massive in the night sky.

This will create a striking combination of both the super-moon and the Blood Moon and mark the last total lunar eclipse, which we will see until 2021.

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On the night of January 20/21, the full moon will coincide with a total lunar eclipse, as a result of which the Earth satellite will acquire an eerie red glow with an effect that has become known as the Blood Moon. It will also be a super moon, and the January moon is known as the wolf moon

On the night of January 20/21, the full moon will coincide with a total lunar eclipse, as a result of which the Earth satellite will acquire an eerie red glow with an effect that has become known as the Blood Moon. It will also be a super moon, and the January moon is known as the wolf moon

According to EarthSky, from start to finish, the lunar lunar eclipse lasts just over three and a half hours, and the totality is about an hour of this time.

This is when the moon sits in the shadow of our planet, acquiring a reddish hue as a result of the scattering of light in the atmosphere of the Earth.

The next full lunar eclipse will come before May 26, 2021.

According to TimeandDate, a night eclipse, or the Bloody Moon, will be visible in many parts of the world, including all of North America, as well as in parts of Europe and Africa.

Other regions, including the Middle East and the rest of Africa, will be able to observe a partial eclipse at the setting of the moon.

According to EarthSky, from start to finish, the lunar lunar eclipse lasts just over three and a half hours, and the totality is about an hour of this time. This is when the moon sits in the shadow of our planet, acquiring a reddish hue as a result of light scattering.

According to EarthSky, from start to finish, the lunar lunar eclipse lasts just over three and a half hours, and the totality is about an hour of this time. This is when the moon sits in the shadow of our planet, acquiring a reddish hue as a result of light scattering.

This will not be visible in Australia and East Asia.

There will also be a penumbra eclipse, although this is a very weak effect.

There will also be a penumbra eclipse, although this is a very weak effect.

Since the full moon in January is already known as the Wolf Moon, the upcoming alignment of the phenomena made the next month’s event especially sinister.

People have already become accustomed to calling it the “Moon of the Super Blood Wolf” among other variations.

While partial eclipses will take place before and after a full – when the moon is completely in the shadow – the eclipse itself will last just over an hour.

EarthSky notes that it all depends on where the moon is in the shadow of the Earth.

The night eclipse, or Blood Moon, will be visible in many parts of the world, including all of North America, as well as some parts of Europe and Africa. Photo file

The night eclipse, or Blood Moon, will be visible in many parts of the world, including all of North America, as well as some parts of Europe and Africa. Photo file

WHAT IS THE MOON ENLARGEMENT?

An eclipse occurs whenever a planet or moon passes between another planet, the moon or the sun.

Depending on their orbits, they can be full or partial.

A lunar eclipse is a special case that occurs when the Earth lines up directly between the Sun and the Moon.

When this happens, the Earth blocks the light from the Sun to the Moon. Then the shadow of the earth falls on the moon.

During a lunar eclipse, we can see the Earth's shadow on the moon.

They can last for several hours, but rarely, when the total eclipse period lasts more than 100 minutes.

At least two lunar eclipses occur every year.

A lunar eclipse is a special event that occurs when the Earth lines up directly between the Sun and the Moon.

A lunar eclipse is a special event that occurs when the Earth lines up directly between the Sun and the Moon.

"The moon will pass through the northern half of the Earth's shadow to represent a total eclipse for 62 minutes," explains Bruce MuCleur in the post EarthSky.

"However, if the Moon moves only deeper into the shadow of the Earth, it will lead to an even greater total lunar eclipse."

There will also be a penumbra eclipse before and after the eclipse, when the moon is in a faint outer shadow.

But for the average viewer this may not be different from the usual.

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