According to the source, the full moon will become dark red-orange which can enter the Earth's shadow.
The super blood wolf moon will appear in the night sky on the evening of January 20 and last approximately 62 minutes, according to NASA. A lunar eclipse is called a Supermoon when the moon is closest to Earth, meaning the actual distance between the Moon and the Earth is lesser than 223,000 miles from Earth. And how did Super Blood Wold Moon get its antique name? Because of that color, a total lunar eclipse is also known as a "blood moon".
North Americans can check out the rare event on January 20.
Interestingly, the total lunar eclipse happening in winter 2019 will not be just like any other.
When Earth comes between Sun and Moon, the sunlight bends towards Moon and gives it a weird, reddish glow, which is blood'-like.
Central Time on January 20 and should last for about a half-hour.
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In the Eastern time zone, the total eclipse will be visible from 9:36 p.m. on January 20 to 2:48 a.m. on January 21, according to an IndyStar interview with Brian Murphy, director of the Holcomb Observatory & Planetarium and Butler University professor.
According to timeanddate.com, the event starts at 9:32 p.m. EST on Sunday, Jan. 20 and will go on into the morning of Monday Jan. 21. Nearly all the people who are living in Canada and U.S. will get an unbelievable chance to witness such a particular eclipse which will be followed by the clear skies.
WOLF MOON: The reason is not as fancy as the name suggest but worth mentioning.
The Super Blood Wolf Moon will be seen from late evening on January 20 and will continue until the early hours on January 21.
The name was coined because wolves tend to howl a lot during their breeding season in January and February.
Murphy told the IndyStar that this red tint will be most visible between 11:40 p.m. EST on January 20 and 12:43 a.m. EST on January 21.