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Tonight's super blood moon worth getting kids up for, astronomer says

  • Tonights super blood moon worth getting kids up for, astronomer says


    Ian Griffin said tonight’s eclipse will be a beautiful sight and one that parents should get their children up for.

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  • Dont Miss This Years Rare Super Blood Moon!


    A super blood moon is coming in May 2021. This will be the combination of two celestial events, a supermoon, and a total lunar eclipse. This will be the first and the only total lunar eclipse of 2021. The last blood moon made an appearance on 21 January 2019.

    The May 26 supermoon will be the largest of the four supermoons this year. The total lunar eclipse of May 26 will last for more than 3 hours, but the Blood Moon will only appear for 14 mins and 30 seconds.

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  • How often does a blood moon happen?


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  • Super Blood Moon Bible Says About Celestial Signs Joel 2:31


    A new lunar eclipse or “blood moon” is on the way, set to take place on May 26, 2021, and it will be at least partially visible from eastern Asia, Australia, the Pacific Ocean, and much of the Americas.
    lunar eclipse is caused by the moon going through Earth’s shadow in space. This particular one is being called a Super Blood Moon, and it will be the first total eclipse since January 2019. The eclipse will occur as the Moon gets closer to the Earth during its orbit.

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  • When you can see the rare super blood moon over Australia | 7NEWS


    Moon gazers are in for a treat when a rare super blood moon appears in the sky on Wednesday night. Australian National University astrophysicist Brad Tucker joined Sunrise to explain what a blood moon is and the best time to see it. Subscribe to 7NEWS for the latest video »

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  • Super Blood Moon 2021: Lunar trifecta occurring for first time in 6 years| World News | WION English


    Skywatchers are in for a treat on Wednesday when Super Blood Moon will be visible in some parts of the world. A phenomenon that occurs only when a lunar eclipse co-insides with the moon.

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  • SUPER BLOOD MOON TO RISE OVER is Sign of an OMEN Joel 3:3


    Before the great and terrible day of Hashem comes,* I will set portents in the sky and on earth: Blood and fire and pillars of smoke;The sun shall turn into darkness And the moon into blood.
    Joel 3:3
    blood moon eclipse will pass over the continental US. According to one rabbinic expert astronomical phenomena, the eclipse, a super blood moon, comes as a warning to the US concerning re-establishing relations.
    On the night of May 26, the first total lunar eclipse of 2021 and the first since January 2019 eclipse will appear in the heavens over southeast Asia, continuing on until it is visible in South America, Australia, and the western half of North America.
    A lunar eclipse occurs when the Sun, Earth, and the full Moon are perfectly aligned with each other so the Moon enters Earth’s umbral shadow in space

  • Super flower blood moon and a total lunar eclipse tomorrow


    There will be a full moon on May 26, but this one will be special for multiple reasons. It’s being called a “super flower blood moon.”

  • “The Flower Super Blood Moon Total Eclipse”: online observation – 26 May 2021


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    Next 26 May 2021, the Flower Moon will offer an amazing total eclipse, well visible from Far East and Western Americas. As in the past, the Virtual Telescope Project will partner with some great astro-imagers there to bring to you the stunning beauty of such a unique event. Yes, it will be somewhat unique: the 26 May 2021 Full Moon will be both a “Supermoon and a Blood Moon”, something we really want to share with you.

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  • Super Blood Moon 2021: Why this lunar eclipse is also called flower moon


    Super moon, flower moon and the blood moon are three different concepts. As you all know, the moon goes around the earth however it does not go around in a fully circular motion. It goes in an elliptical manner which means that there are days when it is closer to the earth and there are days when it is further away from the earth. When the full moon takes place, at the time the moon is closest to the earth or it is at the perigee, it is called the supermoon.

  • 26 May 2021 Total Lunar Eclipse | Blood Moon| SuperMoon | How to watch ?


    The video presents detailed information regarding the celestial event of Total Lunar eclipse going to take place on 26 May 2021.

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    00:24 Formation of lunar eclipse
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    02:33 Forthcoming eclipses
    02:42 Solar Eclipse 2021
    02:51 Outro
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  • Top 10 Events You Will See In Space In 2021


    This video describes the top 10 astronomical events that you should not miss in 2021.

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    Triple Conjunction of Jupiter, Saturn, and Mercury: Jan 10-11
    Supermoons of 2021: March 28, April 27, May 26, June 24
    Lunar Occultation of Mars: April 15
    The conjunction of Venus and Mercury: May 29
    Venus and Beehive cluster: July 3
    The conjunction of Venus and Mars: July 13
    Lunar Occultation of Venus: November 8

    Saturn at Opposition: August 2
    Jupiter at Opposition: August 20

    Eclipses in 2021:
    Total lunar eclipse: May 26
    Annular solar eclipse: June 10
    Partial lunar eclipse: November 19
    Total solar eclipse: December 4

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    Quadrantid meteor shower 2021: January 3-4
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  • ‘Blood Moon’ 2021 How When And Where To See A Spooky Red Moon Eclipse


    Will there be a “Blood Moon” in 2021? Yes—in fact, there will almost be two. This incredible phenomenon of a total lunar eclipse—caused by the full Moon drifting through Earth’s central shadow in space—will be visible from North America as a special “Super Flower Blood Moon.”It’s going to be North America’s first total lunar eclipse for over two years—and it will be one of the best astronomical events of 2021 for North America. After 2020’s dramatic “Christmas Star” or “great conjunction” of planets and summer 2020’s rare bright Comet NEOWISE, 2021 is going to be a year of “supermoons” and a “Blue Moon,” but the highlight will be May’s total lunar eclipse. Will you see a “Red Moon?” Here’s everything you need to know about seeing a “Blood Moon” in 2021:What date is the next blood moon? On Wednesday, May 26, 2021, North America will see its first total lunar eclipse since January 2019. The biggest and brightest full Moon of 2021, this “Super Flower Moon” will occur close to the Moon’s perigee in May—the closest it gets to Earth in its monthly orbit. However, what will make this a very special full Moon is that it will be totally eclipsed. For those in Australia, parts of the western U. S., western South America and Southeast Asia, this “supermoon” full Moon will move into Earth’s dark central umbral shadow to cause a total lunar eclipse—a “Blood Moon”—for 15 minutes, briefly turning the lunar surface a reddish-copper color. However, such a brief “Blood Moon” may mean it doesn’t turn as red as usual. Here’s where you can see the “Blood Moon” in 2021 and at what time. The total lunar eclipse that will occur on Wednesday, May 26, 2021 will be visible across the western U. S. (here’s a handy Google Map) in the early hours in the western night sky. “Totality”—when the Moon turns reddish—will be visible from 11:11 through 11:25 UTC. That translates as:Just two weeks later on Thursday, June 10, 2021 there will be a “ring of fire” partial “annular” solar eclipse visible from northern Canada, Greenland and eastern Russia. It will be seen as a partial solar eclipse across the eastern U. S. What is a “Blood Moon?” A “Blood Moon” is the colloquial—and rather astrological—term for what astronomers call a total lunar eclipse. They occur when the Sun, Earth and the full Moon are perfectly aligned with each other so the Moon enters Earth’s umbral shadow in space. The Moon turns reddish during the event because the only light on the lunar surface is filtered by Earth’s atmosphere, which is very good at scattering blue light, but not so good at scattering red light. However, although May’s “Blood Moon” is the only one in 2021, there is another, similar kind of lunar eclipse in November. It’s a partial lunar eclipse, which will occur on Thursday, November 18, 2021 and be visible from North and South America, Australia, parts of Europe and Asia. In fact, it’s so nearly a “Blood Moon” total lunar eclipse.

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  • Moon Phases Demonstration


    Emily Morgan, author of Next Time You See the Moon, takes you through the phases of the Moon in a demonstration that will be easy to replicate in your own classroom.

  • Must Watch Astronomy Events In May 2021 | Lunar Eclipse | Meteor Shower | Venus Conjunction


    Here are the top astronomical events in May 2021:

    May 1: Uranus at Solar Conjunction
    May 6: Eta Aquarid meteor shower
    May 13: Close approach of Moon and Mercury
    May 16: Close approach of Moon and Mars
    May 17: Mercury at its highest point in the evening sky
    May 23: Saturn enters retrograde motion
    May 26: Super Flower Moon
    May 26: Total Lunar Eclipse
    May 29: Mars and Mercury conjunction

  • Rare super blue blood moon visible for first time in 3 years


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    On May 26th tonight for those in South Korea sky-watchers will be able to enjoy a special cosmic three-for-one deal,... a super blue blood moon.
    Half of the world will witness three rare events for the first time in three years: a lunar eclipse, a supermoon and a blue moon.
    The super blue blood moon combines a 'supermoon' which is a full moon that is at its closest to the earth, a 'blue moon,'... the second full moon of the month' and a lunar eclipse, a phenomenon that occurs when the earth casts a shadow over the moon.
    In South Korea, you can catch the 'super blue blood moon' at around 8:09 PM.
    The show will also be livestreamed on the National Science Museum's YouTube channel.

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  • 10 Astronomical Events That Will Happen In Your Lifetime


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  • Explaining Lunar Eclipses and the SUPER BLOOD MOON!


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  • Why does the moon turn blood red during a lunar eclipse?


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  • January 31, 2018 Total Lunar Eclipse


    The total lunar eclipse, also known as a Blood Moon, live with

    The Full Moon was also a Supermoon and a Blue Moon, making it the astronomical event of the season.

    The total phase of the lunar eclipse was visible in large parts of US, northeastern Europe, Russia, Asia, the Indian Ocean, the Pacific, and Australia.

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  • Alien Contact: What Happens Next?


    Are we alone in this vast universe? Some think that’s highly unlikely. With new technologies joining the search, NASA estimates we’ll find definitive evidence of aliens within 20 to 30 years. Which raises the vital question: And then what? Will the news inspire jubilation, despair, or fear? Will aliens be seen as gods or interlopers? Evidence of alien life will provoke fundamental questions about our place in the universe–not just about who they are, but also who we are. Join astronomers, astrobiologists, anthropologists, philosophers, and linguists as we ponder these issues.

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    00:00 - Participant intros
    1:50 - How are scientists searching for intelligent life?
    5:10 - Sending messages into space
    6:59 - What kind of alien signal are we likely to detect?
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    13:44 - What is the closest that intelligent life could be to Earth?
    16:25 - How would we know if far away transmitting civilizations still exist?
    20:00 - How well can we communicate with dolphins?
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    28:44 - What are the steps to understand an alien language?
    38:02 - What happens on earth after we contact alien life?
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    46:40 - Will the discovery of aliens unite humanity?
    50:39 - What if we’re alone in the universe?
    53:10 - Could AI help us find aliens?
    54:20 - Using our children to bridge languages and species


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  • The Super Blood Moon & What It Means


    The super blood moon eclipsed on September 27th 2015 it was a total eclipse of the moon by the earth at its fullest and closest point.

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  • Is NASA a waste of money?


    5 reasons NASA is da best. Thanks to Bill and Melinda Gates for their support on this video. Check out the 2018 annual letter here:

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  • 4 Moon Questions Youre Afraid to Ask Until Now


    Okay, guys, did you know that the Moon was once shaped like a donut? Yup! It’s mostly made of magma, launched into orbit from the surface of the Earth. It’s moving further away from us with every passing year. Actually, the moon is still cooling down from its explosive birth.

    And recently, new Moon research has shown that it’s constantly shrinking and shaking from huge quakes! What could that mean for our natural satellite and for us? What will happen if the Moon continues to shrink? Will it shrink to the size of a baseball or just, you know, explode? So, it’s time to delve into some insane theories and “what ifs” about the Moon.

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    A brief history of the Moon 0:59
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    What if the Moon keeps moving away from the Earth? 3:59
    What if the Moon slows down the Earth? 5:27
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    - The history of the Moon started 4.5 billion years ago. At that time, the Earth was still a young planet covered with red-hot magma oceans. At some point, a huge Mars-sized object crashed into it. All this power launched the liquid magma into space.
    - As time went by, this proto-Moon started to form into the sphere we all know.
    - What about the shaking? It actually comes from the same process. You see, as the hot core of the Moon has cooled down in the last hundred million years. It’s still moving and pushing onto itself, forming cracks called scarps.
    - The most remarkable thing about this study is that it’s based on data collected from seismometers, placed on the surface of the Moon by Apollo astronauts!
    - Every year the Moon is getting about an inch and a half further from the Earth. Doesn’t sound like much, but consider this: At the time of its birth, the Moon was only 14,000 miles away from the Earth and now it’s around 250,000 miles away!
    - If the Moon gets far enough away, its crucial influence on our world will become less and less powerful. For example, tides won’t be as prominent as they were before, and that’ll lead to mass extinction.
    - Believe it or not, when the Moon was forming, the Earth was spinning so fast that it took only 4 hours for it to go full circle.
    - If you’ve ever asked for a 25th hour in the day, you’ll eventually get it in the next quarter of a billion years.
    - Have you ever noticed how the surface of the Moon is covered in craters? These are the imprints of countless impacts from meteoroids and asteroids.
    - The Moon is much more vulnerable. Almost everything that takes aim at it will hit it and do a lot of damage.
    - To actually do significant damage to the Moon, like, to move it from orbit, it would take an object relatively close in size to the Moon itself. And that’s not happening any time soon.

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  • What If The MOON Disappeared? | Space Video | Dr Binocs Show | Peekaboo Kidz


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  • ????4 Facts You Should Know About May’s Lunar Eclipse



    This is a very exciting time. We have a Lunar Eclipse during this Super Flower Full Moon.

    Not only that, but it is also the kick start for 3 more eclipses this year, two of them are solar eclipses, and there is another lunar eclipse.

    Not all of them are total eclipses, and depending on where you live, you might not be able to observe them all, but you will feel the energy nevertheless.

    I will tell you more about it all when the time comes.

    But today, we are talking about the Lunar Eclipse on May 26, 2021.

    In the early morning hours of May 26, depending on your location, you might be able to watch the total eclipse or at least part of it.

    It will start at 4:47 am Eastern Time, and end at 5:46 am Eastern Time.

    There are plenty of articles explaining the technicalities, but we are focussing on the spiritual influence and the message the universe is sending us with the Lunar Eclipse.

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  • Total Lunar Eclipse: Live Stream from Southern Australia


    The public is invited to join the Astronomical Society of South Australia to watch a Live Stream of the Total Lunar Eclipse on Wednesday 26 May 2021. The event is free of charge and is suitable for viewers of all ages regardless of their knowledge of the night sky.

    The live stream will feature real-time images of the eclipsed Moon over southern Australia using an array of advanced telescopes in the Greater Adelaide area and beyond. Southern Australia is well placed to view the entire eclipse.

    ASSA members will use some of the latest real-time telescope imaging technologies to ensure a unique and exciting experience for viewers. The evening will include short presentations about the Moon, interactive night sky experiences, and a panel of experts to answer your questions throughout the evening. Viewers can email questions ahead of the Lunar Eclipse event.

    The Total Lunar Eclipse: Live Stream event is being presented by the ASSA in place of its regular Autumn Stockport Star Party, which together with other in-person public viewing nights, have being suspended in South Australia due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    All the stars we see, including our Sun, are in a balance of powers. Stars are very heavy objects, so they have strong gravity, which presses them from the outside and makes them shrink. But inside a star, while it burns fuel, there are nuclear reactions that produce incredible amounts of energy. This energy is the light and heat that we feel during the day. But most importantly, these reactions increase the pressure inside the star and create a force that is fighting with gravity.

    A star the size of our Sun can shine for about 10 billion years. Specifically, our lovely Sun is about 4.5 billion years old and has already burned half its fuel. The next stage in a star's life comes when it runs out of juice. Internal pressure drops, but gravity continues to press. In less than half a second, a huge star turns into a small and dense object. This rapid collapse creates incredible shock waves that cause the upper layers of the star to explode. Boom! But what happens next? Well, the heavier the star, the more interesting the events will be.


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  • What to expect with tonights supermoon and lunar eclipse


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  • When And Where Is The Next ‘Blood Moon’ How When And Where You Can See


    Will you see tonight’s total lunar eclipse? A “Blood Moon” is about to be glimpsed from the West Coast of the U. S. as well as from Alaska, Hawaii, Australia, East Asia and all the way around the Pacific Rim as the “Super Flower Blood Moon Eclipse” occurs. It’s set to be a big event for science. A lunar totality is a spectacular sight. Tonight’s lasts just 15 minutes (get your location’s viewing schedule using this map), making it the second-shortest of the 21st century. There are more to come in the next decade, but only relatively rarely does any one place on Earth get a really good view of a total lunar eclipse. Here’s exactly when, where and how to see a total lunar eclipse between 2021 and 2030:Duration of totality: 0 minutes (partial lunar eclipse)Visibility: North America and Pacific Ocean (Google Map)Strictly speaking, what happens on November 19, 2021 will only be a partial lunar eclipse, also known as a “Half-Blood Moon.” But since a mighty 97% of the full Moon will enter Earth’s dark shadow, it will almost certainly turn a reddish color. All of North America will see the whole event. Duration of totality: 1 hour 24 minutesVisibility: North America and South America (Google Map)Canada, the U. S. and South America get a great view, with Europe and Africa also getting a glimpse of a lunar eclipse at moonset. Duration of totality: 1 hour 24 minutesVisibility: Pacific Rim (Google Map)Best observed from the west coast of the U. S. with Australia and southeast Asia also in a good position, this eclipse is almost identical to the previous total lunar eclipse. Duration of totality: 1 hour 6 minutesVisibility: North and South America (Google Map)Canada, the U. S. and South America get another “Blood Moon” with Europe getting a peek of an eclipsed moonrise. Duration of totality: 1 hour 22 minutesVisibility: Africa, Europe, Russia, Central Asia, South Asia and Australia (Google Map)The Indian Ocean gets its best view of a “Blood Moon” this decade while Africa and Europe also get a rare look-in. Duration of totality: 58 minutesVisibility: Pacific Rim (Google Map)Here’s another lunar totality most easily seen from the Pacific Rim, though vast swathes of Asia will see the eclipse soon after moonrise, and both North and South Africa will get a similar view just prior to moonset. Duration of totality: 1 hourVisibility: Eastern Europe, Russia and Asia (Google Map)Asia doesn’t get a better, longer view of totality than this, with Africa and Europe seeing an eclipsed moonrise. Duration of totality: 1 hour 42 minutesVisibility: South America (Google Map)Although best seen from South America, eastern North America gets good view of a “Blood Moon” soon after moonrise, and Europe just before moonset. Duration of totality: 54 minutesVisibility: Europe and Africa (Google Map)Africa, Europe and Central Asia get a perfect view of a totally eclipsed full Moon just before Christmas. After a long rough this will prove a celestial gift for Europe ...

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  • Super Flower Blood Moon & planets in May 2021 skywatching


    There is a supermoon lunar eclipse on May 26, find out where and how to view it. Mars, Venus and Mercury are skywatching targets as well this month. -- Night sky: What you can see this month:

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  • Lunar Eclipse - Super Blood Moon


    On today’s episode of the Social Plug, we examine a rare event which happened earlier this week, the phenomenon known as a Super Blood Moon.

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  • Super Moon and Total Lunar Eclipse Tonight


    Summer stargazing is starting off at its finest this week with a special treat. Some sky watchers will be able to catch a glimpse of a rare lunar trifecta: a “super blood moon.” Not only will this be the biggest and brightest full moon of the year, it coincides with a total lunar eclipse, where the Moon will appear red.

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  • Teach your kids about the Super Flower Blood Moon lunar eclipse of 2021


    HomeNewsSkywatchingThe only total lunar eclipse of 2021 occurs this week and for families looking to enjoy the Super Flower Blood Moon eclipse, here's everything you need to know. On May 26 (or between May 25-27, depending on where you are in the world) there will be a total lunar eclipse. During a lunar eclipse, the moon travels through Earth's shadow as our planet is directly in between the sun and our natural, rocky satellite. In a total lunar eclipse, the moon and sun are on exact opposite sides of the Earth and the moon is completely engulfed in Earth's shadow, while a partial lunar eclipse occurs when only a part of the moon moves into Earth's shadow. This eclipse will occur at the same time as a supermoon, an informal term that describes times when the full moon is at perigee, or its closest point to Earth, making it look extra big and bright in the night sky. Depending on where you live, you will need to wake up early or stay up late to see the eclipse. It begins at 4:47 a.m. EDT (0847 GMT), with peak totality occurring at 7:16 a.m. EDT (1116 GMT). The eclipse will end at 9:50 a.m. EDT (1350 GMT). If it is daytime in your viewing location, you will have to watch webcasts where it is still night.'Super Flower Blood Moon' webcasts: How to watch the lunar eclipse onlineThis infographic shows the stages of the May 26, 2021 total lunar eclipse in Universal Time, or GMT. (Image credit: NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio)Super Flower Blood Moon Eclipse(Image credit: Courtesy of Imelda Joson and Edwin Aguirre)If you take a photo of the 2021 total lunar eclipse let us know! You can send images and comments to The upcoming eclipse will be visible from western North America, southern and far-western South America, the Pacific Ocean, New Zealand, Australia and southeast Asia. Totality, or the point when Earth's shadow is fully obscuring the moon, can last anywhere from a few seconds to up to 100 minutes. The totality of this upcoming eclipse is expected to last for about 14 minutes and 30 seconds. However, for those who will be able to view the total lunar eclipse, get outside early because, starting about an hour and a half before totality you will be able to see a partial umbral eclipse. This means that you will slowly start to see the shadow cast across the moon's face. According to NASA, whether you catch just part of the eclipse or witness the entire event, viewing a lunar eclipse is an awe-inspiring sight that gives students a great opportunity to engage in practical sky watching. The education team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory has this awesome lunar eclipse activity for kids to teach students how and why lunar eclipses work. Aside from acting as an opportunity for learning, it's also just a really fun experience to go and look at a total lunar eclipse, astronomer and astrophysicist Jackie Faherty of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City told

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  • Super Flower Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse happening Wednesday morning


    Julie Medina and Dr. Lisa Will from the Fleet Science Center joined Morning Extra to talk about the unique phenomenon.

  • What is a Super Flower Moon? | Flower Supermoon 2020


    A “Super Flower Moon” (or “Flower Supermoon”) occurs early in the morning on Thursday, May 7th. When the moon is full, at or close to perigee, we call it a supermoon, or perigee-syzygy. Perigee makes a full supermoon appear up to 7% larger and 15% brighter than a typical full moon. This will be the last supermoon of 2020.

    Any full moon that occurred in May was traditionally called the Flower Moon, because it marked the blooming of spring wildflowers. As for “supermoon,” the astronomical term is perigee-syzygy of the Earth-Moon-Sun system. Syzygy happens every time there is a full moon, and perigee is when the Moon comes closest to Earth in its slightly elliptical orbit around the Earth.

    This time, perigee occurs on May 5th at 8:03 pm, here in Arizona, but syzygy occurs almost 32 hours later, at 3:45 am on the morning of May 7th. Even so, this is close enough to give us a Super Flower Moon. The Moon rises due east on May 6th at 6:41 pm, here in Flagstaff, Arizona.

    Join Lowell Observatory on Wednesday, May 6th, for a live stream of the Super Flower Moon. Beginning at 6:30 pm local time (PDT), we’ll watch the Moon rise and take a look at some of its features, including Apollo moon landing sites:

  • NASA talks about first lunar eclipse called Super Flower Blood Moon


    NASA expert, Noah Petro joined the show to talk about why Wednesday morning's moon is so special & the ongoing effort to return humans to the moon.

  • Blood Moon explained in 20 seconds


    FULL moons and lunar eclipses have long been associated with various legends, myths and dark apocalyptic theories.

    But what exactly is a Blood Moon, when can you next see one and when did the UK last experience one?

    The term blood moon isn't a scientific term but one coined colloquially.

    It refers to a total lunar eclipse because, when the moon is completely eclipsed it takes on a reddish colour.

    During this eclipse, direct sunlight is completely blocked by the Earth's shadow.

    The moon may turn a red or coppery colour during the total portion of an eclipse.

    The red moon is possible because while the moon is in total shadow, some light from the sun passes through Earth's atmosphere and is bent toward the moon.

    The only light which can be seen is refracted through the Earth's shadow and this light looks red just like with the sunset.

    When was the last total lunar eclipse or blood moon and when is the next one?
    A lunar eclipse took place on January 31, 2018, but it was not from the UK.

    Stargazers in the UK had to make do with watching the event on a live stream.

    The next total lunar eclipse which will be visible in the UK is on July 27, 2018.

    Brits will be able to view the moon for around 103 minutes as the moon moves through the Earth's shadow.

    Current estimates suggest the total lunar eclipse will begin at 7.30pm and end around 9.10pm.

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  • Will the Blood Moon be visible over the UK? Dont miss 2021s first total lunar eclipse


    Will the Blood Moon be visible over the UK? Don't miss 2021's first total lunar eclipse


    A LUNAR ECLIPSE of epic proportions will paint the Full Moon red this week - but will the so-called Blood Moon be visible from the UK? Blood Moons are few and far between but offer an unforgettable experience for those lucky enough to witness eclipse totality. The last Blood Moon visible from the UK unfolded two ye...

  • ‘Super Flower Blood Moon’ Is Coming Wednesday


    A lunar eclipse will be visible west of the Rockies early Wednesday morning, followed by a “super moon” reaching peak illumination about an hour later. TODAY’s Dylan Dryer explains the “Super Flower Blood Moon.”
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  • Super Flower Blood Moon with Barbara Cohen


    Joining live this morning is NASA Planetary Scientist Barbara Cohen to discuss the Super Flower Blood Moon as well as a total lunar eclipse happening this Wednesday morning around 4:47 AM.

  • Super Blood Moon Ritual 26th May 2021, 2:15 PM to 7:19 PM IST


    Today is Super Blood Moon.
    India: 2:15 PM to 7:19 PM

    1. Do not charge your crystals.
    2. Do not do any moon light ritual.
    3. Try to meditate 2 pm to 8 pm. Meditation will be 10 times effective.
    4. Please avoid any argument or fight. Be calm.
    5. Chant OM NAMAH SHIVAAY.
    6. Children, Old people, pregnant women, those who are not physically and Mental fit are exempted.
    7. Don't spend this time for television, web surfing, chatting, eating or sleeping.
    Try to use this time for inner journey.

    It will give u the effect which you haven't seen in years.

  • NASA | Supermoon Lunar Eclipse


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  • Well oiled machine Blood moon May 2021 | Super Flower Full Moon | Lunar eclipse 2021|


    On May 26th is the Blood Moon May 2021! This Super Flower Full Moon is not only a blood moon, it is a super moon, a flower moon and a lunar eclipse! The energy this moon brings will help you to manifest your goals. This Super moon May 2021 is the super moon is also a lunar eclipse 2021. When is the flower moon? The flower moon is the name for the full moon in the month of May. When to see the blood moon? The next blood moon 2021 is the full moon May 2021, May 25th. This Full Moon is also named the flower moon super moon! Join me now to see how this energy can help you while pairing this full moon with young living essential oils, Equadorian lemongrass essential oil, black pepper essential oil and orange essential oil and we use the crystals Amethyst and Lapis to supercharge our moon manifestations tonight!

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