Get ready for a rare and captivating cosmic phenomenon. Some parts of the world will experience a full lunar eclipse on May 26, but you can watch the celestial celebration from anywhere with live streaming.
A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon moves into the shadow of the Earth, obscuring the sun̵7;s light. Unlike a solar eclipse, you can look directly at the moon with the naked eye. This month’s total lunar eclipse has all sorts of related names. We can conclude that it is “Blood moon super flowers”
There’s a reason for the nickname that sounds so new. Overall lunar eclipses often give the moon a red color, that is, the “blood” part. A farmer’s almanac assigns different nicknames for each month’s full moon. In general, the May moon is called “Flower Moon” This moon is the closest to Earth in the ellipse, making it a little brighter and larger than normal. That’s a bit “supermoon”.
Lunar eclipse, the great bloody wolf moon dazzles in outstanding photographs.
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NASA said the eclipse would be visible across the Americas, Australia, New Zealand and East Asia. People living in Hawaii and Alaska should have good viewing opportunities. But most of the western United States will be in place for the show.
Viewing guide Timeanddate.com It allows you to rotate the time for your location and it tells you how much you can see the eclipse. For example, the total eclipse will be peaking for me in New Mexico at 5:18 AM local time on Wednesday morning, May 26.
You don’t have to be in a key zone to catch the action. The virtual telescope project will provide fresh food starting at 3 a.m. PT on May 26.
Timeanddate.com It hosts its own global streaming event in collaboration with astronomers in Australia, Hawaii, California and Arizona. The feed starts at approximately 2:30 p.m. PT.
And if you plan on falling asleep through the eclipse (Or if the clouds are not cooperating) you can always catch reruns later. For more information on how a solar eclipse works and the best way to view it, see.
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