Get ready for Super blood wolf moon

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Essentially, it's a total lunar eclipse with a couple of other elements thrown in.

The information was contained in a statement issued to NAN by Dr Felix Alle, the Head, Media and Public Communications of the agency in Abuja. That's why an eclipsed moon is sometimes known as a blood moon. Over the course of just an hour, an ever-bigger, dark shadowy bite will appear to be taken out of the moon until 11:40 p.m. when totality begins -- when Earth's shadow completely engulfs the lunar disk.

Events include a special presentation in the renovated Zeidler Dome about the geometry of the eclipse as well as a peek at the new S.P.A.C.E. Gallery featuring a real piece of the Moon. A cold front is expected to pass through the region Sunday, which will drop an arctic chill into the area, quickly plunging overnight temperatures into the 40s during the eclipse.

"The total duration of the occurrence over Nigeria will be three hours and 15 minutes".

A "wolf moon" is what Native Americans call the year's first full moon. "Lunar eclipses. reflect our world", astronomer and podcaster Pamela Gay told Space.com in an email.

Weather permitting, the entirety of North and South America will be able to witness the Earth cast its shadow upon the moon. Lastly, but most impressively, it's also a total lunar eclipse. It could also take on little to no color, he said.

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For the entire duration of the lunar eclipse, the Moon will look red because of the sunlight scattering off the Earth's atmosphere.

Three elements make a "super blood wolf moon", but the part that makes it so rare it happens only three times this century is the least impressive. So it will be a super wolf blood moon.

Finally, this is called a Wolf moon is a part of tradition of referring to January's full moon.

"This total lunar eclipse on the morning of Monday January 21st will be entirely seen in Irish skies from start to finish so we are recommending everyone take a day off work or school and watch this fantastic spectacle of nature when the brilliant full moon turns to a dim "blood moon" for 62 minutes". At 12:43 a.m. EST Monday (Jan. 21), the moon will poke itself out of the umbra and into the penumbra; and at 1:50 a.m. EST (10:50 p.m. PST, Jan. 20), it will have totally left the umbra. And the reason for that is the moon has an orbit around the Earth that brings it closer to and away from the Earth at different times in its orbit. "The one in 2024 will be a total solar eclipse visible from Texas to ME". You can look at it with your naked eye. It will be the first full moon of the year (a "wolf moon"). The super blood wolf moon won't get you, and Florida's weather outlook seems like you won't get rained out.

The next total lunar eclipse won't be until May 2021. It seems as though the Dutch weather might hold long enough for us to see it too, as the forecast gives a high chance of clear skies.

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