Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse 2022 Know Details!!
Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse 2022 Know Details!!

Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse 2022 Know Details!!

The longest total lunar eclipse since 1989. Millions of stargazers across four continents saw a total lunar eclipse overnight Sunday (May 15). The Super Flower Blood Moon lunar eclipse was the longest in 33 years, according to Space.com’s Joe Rao. Visible from the Americas, Antarctica, Europe, Africa, and the east Pacific, weather allowing. Skywatchers with clear skies can observe the Super Flower Blood Moon.

Looking for a moon telescope? Our best beginner’s telescope guide recommends the Celestron Astro Fi 102. According to Space.com blogger Joe Rao, the full moon spent nearly 85 minutes inside Earth’s umbra, or deeper, shadow. According to TimeandDate.com, August 1989 had 96 minutes.

After that, on Nov. 8, 2022, there will be one final lunar eclipse of the year. It will be visible from Asia, Australia, North and Central America, sections of the Arctic, and much of South America at least partially. Then, in 2023, there will be a total of two lunar eclipses to enjoy.

New Zealand, eastern Europe, and the Middle East saw a penumbral eclipse. But it was the Blood Moon that drew global notice.

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Penumbral lunar eclipse at Santiago, May 15, 2022.

The Blood Moon, a crimson full moon that occurs during a lunar eclipse, rises over Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on May 15, 2022.

On May 15, 2022, total lunar eclipse in Buenos Aires.

The telescope at Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, California, captures the Super Flower Blood Moon total lunar eclipse of May 15, 2022.

The telescope at Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, California, captures the Super Flower Blood Moon total lunar eclipse of May 15, 2022.
On May 15, 2022, in Santiago, Chile, a penumbral lunar eclipse begins.

A reader in Ottawa, Canada provided a smartphone snap of the May 15, 2022, Super Flower Blood Moon.

Macedonia’s Rise Spiroski saw the moon around 4:45 a.m. “During the partial eclipse, Saturn appears with a long thin cloud in front of her.

A ringed lunar eclipse

Space.com readers praised the eclipse. Bod Read, of Tucson, Arizona, wrote: “Beautiful view of the moon.”

Michelle Jensen captured the eclipse from New Prague, Minnesota, 45 minutes south of Minneapolis.

“Nice images of the eclipse’s start. Nothing fancy, but I thought it was funny how much my phone picked up “Writer Jensen See below.

Minnesota’s Super Flower Blood Moon eclipse.

The Super Flower Blood Moon was location-dependent. The partial eclipse began at 10:28 p.m. EDT on May 15. (0228 GMT on May 16). On May 16 at 12:11 a.m. EDT, Blood Moon peaked (0411 GMT). At 1:55 a.m. EDT, the event finished (0555 GMT). The penumbral eclipse began and terminated an hour before the total.

Several webcasts discussed the beauty and science of the Blood Moon for those unable to see it in person due to cloud cover or other reasons.

“Awe-inspiring, almost spiritual phenomena don’t require modern technology,” remarked Slooh astronomer Bob Berman.

As the Blood Moon gleamed through remote telescopes on Slooh, the company’s curriculum director explained how light from Earth is refracted and reflected on the moon’s surface. John Boisvert said, “You’re watching our planet’s sunrises and sunsets hitting the moon.”

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Fred Espenak, an eclipse scientist, believed the full moon was a supermoon, considering the moon’s perigees and apogees.

According to NASA, a supermoon occurs when the moon is within 90% of its closest approach, which occurs in June.

The crimson full moon drew global attention, supermoon or not.

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