There were lovely pictures of the first in 2019 solar Eclipse

Eclipse 2019 what is a lunar eclipse Super Blood Wolf Moon red

Eclipse 2019 What is a lunar eclipse? Why does the Super Blood Wolf Moon turn red

Total lunar eclipses happen periodically, but there is not a specific cycle to predict when they happen, Brake said.

In terms of celestial events, 2019 is already shaping up to be a year full of dazzling sky shows - from meteor showers to a super rare planet transit and multiple eclipses, yes, multiple. The sun, earth and moon will line up perfectly so that the moon slips into the earth's shadow.

A spectacular "super moon" combined with a total lunar eclipse will rise over the nation just before midnight on January 20, bringing a series of unusual optical effects, according to NASA. During an eclipse, the Moon is in Earth's shadow, so there's even less light coming from it.

While solar eclipses must be viewed with special equipment to protect the eyes, lunar eclipses won't hurt your eyesight.

According to, this year's super blood wolf moon will be at full coverage around 11:41 p.m. ET on January 20th, peaking at around 12:16 a.m. Jan 21st.

Also in the North of China, you can look forward to the astronomical spectacle of the chosen group of countries, but here in the borders.

The big one - exactly like the total solar eclipse in the United States of America on August 21, 2017 - and the first one since.

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It will be the last eclipse visible from Ottawa until 2022. By 3:40pm EST, the partial eclipse will be over as well, and the moon's shadow will have passed across the continent and back over to the Atlantic Ocean. It turns dark during a total solar eclipse and temperatures can call given the Sun is completely blocked.

It'll be Tuesday, July 2, and the path of totality will cross Chile and Argentina.

If you were on the moon, you would see an orange ring around the earth. From 12:55 to 5:50 p.m. ET.

How long the Eclipse lasts in January?

. From the penumbra only a partial Eclipse is seen. "I haven't yet made my mind [where to watch from], it could be Saudi Arabia or Qatar if I decide to go for it at sunrise with questionable seeing", says Jubier.

Total lunar eclipse ends: 10:43 p.m. (January 20).

"In rating the sheer beauty and grandeur of solar eclipses, a partial is a three, an annular is a seven, and a total is a 1,000,000!"

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