Stars Above: Get set for super blood moon eclipse

Posted January 19, 2019

For the cost of $12 for adults and $8 for children, attendees can watch a live feed of the eclipse indoors and also view a screening of a new presentation called "Imagine the Moon".

A rare "super blood wolf moon" eclipse will be seen in the skies across many parts of the world next week. He plans to attend an eclipse party at Hallock State Park Preserve on New York's Long Island. The Super Blood Wolf Moon is what they experts are calling it. "This totality lasts roughly another hour, and at about 1:45 a.m. EST on January 21 (10:45 p.m. PST on January 20), the full moon will return to its normal appearance". No problem. The next time the Earth will shield sunlight from a full moon will be on May 26, 2021.

The "wolf moon" name is a Native American moniker, according to almanac.com, because of the sound of howling hungry wolves outside villages traditionally in the month of January.

"The moon is going to be so bright until the shadow starts to cover it".

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Where will the total lunar eclipse of January 2019 be visible? Many Christians believe scripture indicates a Blood Moon is a sign from God regarding the return of Christ.

"If you only start looking during totality, and the eclipse is a dark one, you may not immediately be able to see the moon, especially if you are viewing from a town or city", a spokesperson said.

Ficken plans to be at Jefferson College in Hillsboro on Sunday night, where the St. Louis Astronomical Society has organized a public event to view the eclipse. This year's full moon just so happens to coincide with a lunar eclipse and a supermoon. Blue light, which is visible during the daytime, gets scattered, and the red shades that accompany sunset and sunrise get cast into space.

While binoculars are nice, people can enjoy watching the lunar eclipse with the naked eye, and - unlike during a solar eclipse - no additional protection is needed, Sullivan said.

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Total eclipse will take place from 9:41 p.m. until 10:43 p.m., with maximum eclipse at 10:12 p.m.

Finally, the eclipse will end at 2:48 a.m. EST (11:48 p.m. PST), when the moon is also fully out of the penumbra, according to NASA.

"That just has to do with how close the moon is to the Earth", he said.

Once the lunar eclipse had ended, the Mesopotamians would make the faux-king disappear "possibly by poisoning". For the upcoming eclipse, the "orchestra seats" will most definitely be in North America, which will see this celestial performance high in the midwinter sky. A screening of the Hollywood hit First Man will also be playing in the IMAX theatre at 7 p.m. for an additional charge. In addition, the moon will be slightly closer to Earth than usual, making it appear larger. If you decide to head out, look up and check it out, make sure to dress warm.

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The next full moon, known to some as a Wolf Moon, will be a super moon. That's why it's called a wolf moon.