There were attractive pictures of the first in 2019 solar Eclipse

Postado Janeiro 10, 2019

A blood moon is simply the name given for the color that the moon turns during a total lunar eclipse, when the sunlight passing through the Earth's atmosphere bends around the planet and scatters the shorter wavelength light (blues and greens) and leaves the redder end of the spectrum to fall onto the moon's surface.

"It's the first full moon of 2019 and the first lunar eclipse of 2019". The Earth will come between the Sun and the Moon in just the right way so that the Earth's shadow is cast entirely across its moon.

The Sun appears as a disk or in a crescent shape during a partial solar eclipse and its nature may differ according to the location ton Earth and the alignment of the Sun, Moon, and the Earth. The eclipse is called a Super Blood Wolf Moon and will give sky gazers alluring views over parts of the Earth.

While solar eclipses must be viewed with special equipment to protect the eyes, lunar eclipses won't hurt your eyesight.

January's Total Lunar Eclipse is also known as a "Super Blood Wolf Moon" eclipse. It will also be visible from North Pacific Ocean, as well as southwest Alaska. The total eclipse begins at 11:41 p.m. and the maximum eclipse comes at 12:12 a.m., ending 12:43 a.m., says the site.

It will be the last eclipse visible from Ottawa until 2022. The area of the sun's disk obscured by the moon was the largest around 10 a.m. September 2081, in turn, a total Eclipse of the sun, may see - and roughly a half-century later, on 7. However, the highlight of the year for eclipse-chasers will be July 2, 2019, when a total solar eclipse occurs over the South Pacific, Chile and Argentina. Totality is at 9:12 p.m. PST on January 20 and 00:12 a.m. EST on January 21 from North America. But you will be to see in Germany and what is it exactly?

How long the Eclipse lasts in January?


Those in parts of Saudi Arabia, southern India, northern Sri Lanka, the Indian Ocean, and Indonesia on Boxing Day in 2019 will see a rare "Ring of Fire" annular solar eclipse.

However, even some eclipse-chasers give such "minor" eclipses a miss.

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