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A ‘super blood wolf moon’ this weekend will be the last total lunar eclipse until 2021 — here’s how to catch it
In January, the moon will be closer to Earth than usual during a total lunar eclipse. The "super blood wolf moon" will last over an hour.
The world experienced the longest total lunar eclipse in a century in July. In 2014, NASA's MESSENGER satellite, which orbited Mercury between 2011 and 2015, captured a lunar eclipse from that vantage point. In the footage, the he moon does a disappearing act.
An astronaut photographed the ‘blood moon’ from the International Space Station, and his pictures are haunting
German astronaut Alexander Gerst, who lives aboard the International Space Station, used his camera to take stunning photos of the total lunar eclipse, or blood moon, from orbit on July 27, 2018.
See stunning photos of the longest ‘blood moon’ lunar eclipse of the century that swept across the Eastern Hemisphere
On the night of July 27 and the early morning hours of July 28, sky-watchers across the Eastern Hemisphere were treated to a stunning "blood moon" lunar eclipse.
On the night of July 27 and the early hours of July 28, sky-watchers in the Eastern Hemisphere will be treated to the longest lunar eclipse set to occur in the 21st century. Here's when to look up.
The total lunar eclipse would look stunning from the moon — Earth’s sunrise and sunset will connect in a ring of fire
The longest total lunar eclipse or blood moon in a century will happen overnight on July 27. From the moon, Earth will look like it's surrounded by a ring of fire, with its sunset and sunrise connected in a loop. A NASA animation shows what Earth's glowing red ring might look like.
The longest total lunar eclipse in a century happens this week — here’s the difference between a lunar and solar eclipse
A total lunar eclipse, or blood moon, will happen on July 27. Lunar eclipses and solar eclipses are essentially the reverse of one another; the difference is the relative positions of the Earth, sun, and moon.
The longest total lunar eclipse in a century can't be seen from the US, Canada, or North America. But the Weather Channel, TimeAndDate.com, Slooh, and other sites will broadcast live online footage of the blood moon on July 27.
The longest total lunar eclipse in a century is about to happen — here’s how Earth will color the moon blood-red
A total lunar eclipse or blood moon will happen overnight on July 27. The eclipse will be colored orange-red due to sunlight passing through Earth's atmosphere and bouncing off the moon. The event is slated to last nearly 1 hour 43 minutes — the longest in about a century.
A glowing red ‘blood moon’ this week will be the longest lunar eclipse in a century — here’s how to see it
On the night of July 27 and the early morning hours of July 28, skywatchers in the Eastern Hemisphere will be treated to the longest lunar eclipse set to occur in the 21st century.