Get the binoculars ready! The Blood Moon will arrive to perplex us

UNITED STATES.- The May 26, 2021 one of the astronomical phenomena most amazing of the year: the Blood Moon. This is a total eclipse also called “Super Moon Flower” with a duration of 14 minutes from 23:11 to 23:25 (UTC). Therefore, in the Intra News We will tell you where you can see it and what you need to leave this incredible memory in your memory.

In this sense, it is worth noting that the Blood Moon can be seen throughout the Pacific, North America, southern South America, and eastern Asia. With an approximate duration of 15 minutes, the phenomenon consists in that the Earth will pass between the Moon and the Sun. Thus, the shadow of our planet will gradually cover the natural satellite and will gradually fade in 5 hours.

Meanwhile, it is worth unraveling the famous mystery of the reddish orange color of the Moon: this occurs because of the sunrises and sunsets in the Earth’s atmosphere. And these are projected towards the surface of the eclipsed Moon. “Hawaii has the best place, followed by California and the northwestern United States,” revealed the project scientist of the POT for the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter probe, Noah Petro.

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This probe has orbited the Moon for 12 long years and measures the changes that the lunar surface undergoes in terms of temperature, especially during the eclipse. In this sense, our natural satellite will set and the Sun will rise on the east coast of the United States, which will not be of much luck; Furthermore, it has been reported that Europe, Africa, and West Asia will also miss out on this show entirely.

If the weather allows it, those who may have the opportunity to glimpse this eclipse will not need special equipment to enjoy this astronomical phenomenon. In addition, it does not suggest any type of health risk and, if you do not have the opportunity to see it live and in full color, there will be several live broadcasts on the internet, as this is undoubtedly a dream moment for those who love astronomy.