Once in a lifetime opportunity to see micromoon eclipse

Once in a lifetime opportunity to see micromoon eclipse

This phenomenon can be seen on the South coast of Australia, Tasmania and parts of Antarctica. It is believed that those who massage oil during the eclipse, they may have to face skin related diseases. This moon has also been known as the Full Thunder Moon and the Full Hay Moon. Solar eclipse will be in India at 1:30 in July.

The Earth is about to have a rather unusual Friday with it not only being the 13 day of the month, it will also be a day when there will be a Super Moon as well as a partial solar eclipse, all in one day. If the moon is anywhere else on the rim, it is too high or too low to cast its shadow on Earth. This particular event will be the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century, in fact it is one of the longest of these kind of events to occur spanning from the present to around 2123.

On July 13, a super-size new moon will partially block of the sun, National Geographic reports.

The second lunar spectacle of the year is a relatively rare central eclipse, the first since Jun 15, 2011.

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On July 31, Mars, the fourth planet from the Sun, will be 57.6 million kilometres from Earth, the closest it has been since 2003 when it came within 55.7 million kilometres, which was the nearest in almost 60,000 years.

Throughout the partial eclipse happening this week, the Earth will pass through the moon's broad shadow cone, called the penumbra, and a sliver of sunlight will evaporate into darkness. As the eclipse will last for about an hour and 13 minutes. Stargazers must try not to witness the celestial performance with their naked eyes and keep their special protective eyewear and glasses ready. So, a group of Ukrainian researchers found that during a total solar Eclipse on 11 August 1999 in Bulgaria, there was a decrease in air temperature by 6 to 7 degrees Celsius.

The total lunar eclipse of the Blood Moon is set to take place on the evening of July 27, 2018, when it will be enveloped in a reddish tint. India will be able to see this eclipse, but you will also be able to spot it if you live in Africa, Europe, Australia, Asia, parts of Russia, Antarctica and east of South America.

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