Total solar eclipse: Check Blood Moon date and where it can be seen in the world
The upcoming total lunar eclipse will cause a so-called blood moon, which will be visible from the Americas, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, the eastern Pacific, the South Pacific, and even the Southern Ocean. Pole. Know the day of the blood moon.
Following the first solar eclipse of 2022, which occurred on April 30, May 15 will see the first lunar eclipse of this year predicted to be a total lunar eclipse. You can check out the date of the Blood Moon below.
According to space.com, the moon of May is called the Flower Moon and so the upcoming lunar eclipse is called a total lunar eclipse. Blood Moon dates and general times are between the late evening of May 15 and the early morning of May 16, depending on the time zone, when the Flower Moon will enter Earth’s shadow causing a total lunar eclipse. The eclipse will be visible from major areas of the Americas and Antarctica, as well as western parts of Europe and Africa and eastern parts of the Pacific Ocean. People in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and New Zealand will witness a Penumbral lunar eclipse where only the edge of the Earth’s shadow will fall to the moon.
The partial solar eclipse will begin on May 15 at 10:28 p.m. EDT, peaking on May 16 at 12:11 a.m. EDT. EDT. It will end at 1:55 a.m. EDT. The Penumbral eclipse will begin an hour earlier and is expected to end an hour after the partial lunar eclipse ends, according to TimeandDate.com.
What is Blood Moon?
A total lunar eclipse that sometimes gives the moon a reddish color is called a Blood Moon. It happens because light from the sun refracts around the Earth, while the Earth acts as a prism. The light waves are stretched, so they appear reddish when they reach the moon. A total lunar eclipse is a phenomenon worth seeing. But if you missed it, you’re in luck as another total lunar eclipse will take place this year on November 8, which will be visible from various parts of the world.