Americans will sit in the front row in January to get an impressive sight on the sky stage: a "Super Blood Wolf Moon".
After the sun set on January 20, Americans will be able to see an extraordinarily large, bright, red moon glowing in the sky, an event NASA describes as "one of the most dazzling shows in the sky."
First, it is a total lunar eclipse, which means that the Sun and Moon are perfectly aligned on opposite sides of the Earth. The moon is completely covered by the shadow of the earth and assumes a reddish hue ̵
The solar eclipse will also take place near the perigee of the Moon, a point in its orbit closest to Earth. This means that the moon appears lighter and larger than usual, known as the Supermoon.
After all, the January full moon in the United States is traditionally referred to as the Wolf Moon, according to The Farmer's Almanac. Other cultures have different names for the full moon that occur all year round.
US residents could not see the longest full-blooded moon of the 21st century in July. It was visible only in parts of Africa, the Middle East and Asia. A rare super blue blood moon that occurs when a super blood moon is also the second full moon of the month occurred in January 2018. In the United States, this heavenly event was most visible to Hawaiian islands for the people of the West Coast, Alaska, and the West.
In contrast, the Super Wolf Wolf Moon will be visible from coast to coast on the US mainland in January, depending on the weather conditions. People in Hawaii may also see the eclipse while the moon is rising.
The moment of the greatest eclipse, the moment when the Moon passes the Earth's axis closest, is expected to occur at 12:12 pm EST (EST) on January 21 (9:12 pm PST on January 20) ,
The Super Blood Wolf Moon will also be visible to the people of South America and the western parts of Europe and Africa.
NASA Predicts the Next The lunar eclipse will take place on May 26, 2021.