Information about Lunar Eclipse. Full description coming soon.
A lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes directly behind Earth and into its shadow. This can occur only when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are exactly or very closely aligned (in syzygy), with Earth between the other two.\r\nA SpeedArt process of a Ratty Catty Thumbnail for ItsFunneh This picture was Drawn by LunarEclispe (Me) Thank you for watching! It took 2 hours to draw and color\r\nA total lunar eclipse takes place when the Earth comes between the Sun and the Full Moon and blocks the Sun's direct rays from lighting up the Moon. It is sometimes called a Blood Moon as the eclipsed Moon may look red.\r\nLunar eclipses occur when Earth's shadow blocks the sun's light, which otherwise reflects off the moon. There are three types — total, partial and penumbral — with the most dramatic being a total lunar eclipse, in which Earth's shadow completely covers the moon. The next lunar eclipse will be a\r\nHow to use altitude & direction to find in the sky. During this penumbral lunar eclipse, the Earth's main shadow does not cover the Moon. As the Earth's shadow (umbra) misses the Moon during a penumbral lunar eclipse, there are no other locations on Earth where the Moon appears partially or totally eclipsed during this event.\r\nLunar Eclipses: 2011 - 2020. The table below lists every lunar eclipse from 2011 through 2020. Durations are given for both partial and total (in bold) phases. Click on the eclipse Calendar Date to see a map and diagram of an eclipse. Click on the Region of Eclipse Visibility to see a detailed description of an eclipse.\r\n2018 features two lunar eclipses, one in January and the other in July. On Jan. 31, there was a spectactular Super Blue Blood Moon eclipse. The July 27 Blood Moon will be the longest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century. Both will be total lunar eclipses, when the full moon passes through Earth's\r\n