The last total lunar eclipse until 2025, on Tuesday, November, will turn the moon blood-red. 8, but exactly when you look up depends on where you are.
Eclipse, name Beaver Blood Moon Eclipse because it takes place in November Full Beaver Moon, will appear in North America, Pacific, Australia and Asia. During the eclipse The whole month As it moves behind our planet in relation to the Sun, it will pass through the Earth’s shadow, giving it a gorgeous bloody hue in the process. You can View the total lunar eclipse on Space.com for free, courtesy of several webcasts from observatories across the United States.
Tuesdayblood moon” capture will begin 3:02 AM EST (0803 GMT) when the moon begins to enter the outermost region of the Earth’s shadow. You will need to adjust the time for your time zone (begins with at 12:02 a.m. PST for example, for observers on the West Coast of the United States). While this marks the official start lunar eclipseThis can be difficult to see because the Earth’s penumbral shadow is so slight.
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“The month starts to fade, but the effect is quite subtle,” NASA he wrote (opens in new tab) in the eclipse timeline.
Even more surprising will be the phase of the partial eclipse that will begin on the hour 4:09 AM EST (0909 GMT) and lasts more than an hour. This is when the moon enters the Earth’s umbra, or the darker part of the Earth’s shadow. If you haven’t seen a penumbral eclipse, you should be able to see it with the naked eye.
NASA wrote in its guide: “With your eyes open, as the moon moves into the umbra, it’s as if a bite is being taken out of the lunar disk.”
|A penumbral eclipse begins||3:02 a.m||12:02 p.m||0802|
|A partial eclipse begins||4:09||01:09||0909|
|Commonality begins||5:17 a.m||2:17 a.m||1017|
|Generality ends||6:42 a.m||3:42 a.m||1142|
|A partial eclipse ends||It’s been seven months||4:49||1249|
|The penumbral eclipse ends||It’s been seven months||5:50 in the morning||1350|
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The real show begins when the full, full moon enters Earth’s umbra. Where November 8, it will happen 5:17 AM EST (1017 GMT) and will last approximately 85 minutes 6:42 AM EST (1142 GMT)According to NASA.
“The moon will turn coppery red. Try binoculars or a telescope for a better view,” NASA wrote. “If you want to take a photo, use a camera on a tripod with at least a few seconds of exposure.”
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After the total phase of the lunar eclipse is over, it will return to a partial phase, the opposite of what we saw at the beginning of the eclipse. The partial phase will end 7:49 AM EST (4:49 AM PST, 1249 GMT), but by then the moon will have set for Eastern Time Zone observers. For those where the moon is still visible, the last penumbral phase will continue until today 8:50 a.m. EST (5:50 a.m. PST, 1350 GMT).
And it’s November. 8 total lunar eclipses! If you miss this lunar event, the next total lunar eclipse will occur on March 14, 2025, although there will be partial lunar eclipses in 2023 and 2024. Of course, every month is a full moon, so you can practice taking photos of the Moon. and to observe each year before the next lunar eclipse.
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