Blood moon lunar eclipse expected on election day, last three years
Early in the morning next week there will be an ominous lunar eclipse of the blood moon midterm elections.
“A total lunar eclipse is on the way to provide some celestial magic early in the morning of Nov. 8,” NASA said in a statement. video posted on his Twitter account.
The eclipse is visible to viewers in North America, the Pacific, Australia and East Asia wherever the moon is above the horizon.
NASA spectators can watch the full solar eclipse unfold before dawn — weather permitting — as the moon leaves the dark portion of Earth’s shadow called the “umbra” a few minutes before 5 a.m.
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During this time, stars will be more visible as the moon will dim to a “deaf red,” NASA said. Binoculars can see Uranus “just a finger’s breadth” from the eclipsed moon, NASA said.
These types of lunar eclipses are called “blood moons” because of the reddish hue cast on the moon by refracted sunlight passing through it. the earth’s atmosphere. The more dust or clouds in Earth’s atmosphere, the redder the moon will be, according to NASA.
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Tuesday’s total lunar eclipse will be visible from Earth for the last three years. Those interested can visit moon.nasa.gov for more information on local details.
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