B.C. The residents will only get one opportunity to see an eclipse in 2019, so sign your calendars for January 20 to get a lunar eclipse and "Super Blood Wolf Moon".
Astronomer Ken Tapping, who works out of the Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory (DRAO), broke down when our eyes were on the sky that evening.
"At 6:36 PM, we'll see the moon begin to darken as it moves in the outer shade of the earth. Then at 7:34 PM, it will begin to move in the inner shade, so At this point, we begin to see the shade of the shore of the Earth moving across the Lunar Disc slowly, "tapping. "At 8:41 PM, the moon will be completely covered – immersed in the Earth's shadow. The middle of the Eclipse is at 9:12 pm and at 9:43 pm we will see the moon begin. To move out of the shade. "
Topping continued that at 10:50 pm, the moon will be completely out of the ground, with the eclipse officially ending at 11:48 pm When the moon exceeds the outer shade. He said residents should not be surprised that eclipse lasts for nearly five hours.
"The Earth casts a fairly large shadow, as opposed to when we look at the shadow of the moon on the ground for sunclips of the sun – that is a very small shadow," taps it.
Also, unlike a solar eclipse, residents do not have to avert their moon's message in the eclipse or use visual aids to watch the eclipse take place. Topping said a "Super Blood Wolf Moon", which is when the moon is red, can take place in the eclipses depending on how clean the atmosphere is.
"If you were standing on the moon in the middle of the eclipse, looking at the ground, you wouldn't see the sun because the earth would be blocking it. What you've seen is a ring of red around the earth, which is essentially The sun's sun shines through the atmosphere, then fully reflects on the moon, "said the tapping. "So the light that shines on the moon is red because of the Earth's atmosphere, so the atmosphere is nice and clean, so you get a lovely bronze or blood-colored moon. If it's a lot From pollution, the moon will look darker and grayer. "
Tapping this is the only eclipse in 2019 we will have the pleasure of seeing B.C. And North America in general.
"There will be a solar eclipse on January 6, which will only be visible in Asia. There is a full solar eclipse on July 2, only visible from the South Pacific and South America," tapping. "July 4 will have a lunar eclipse only visible from South America, and December 26 will be a solar eclipse over the Indian and Pacific oceans that will hardly cross any country at all."
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