Get to perceive supermoon, total lunar eclipse, and blue moon all at once

All the moon watcher will get an opportunity to perceive fabulous space environment this week. You will get to see the supermoon, total lunar eclipse, and blue moon for the first time after 1982 on Wednesday after 4.45 a.m. in the morning.

All the three will line up together right after 19 years from now. Eventually, the moon will start glowing reddish after 6 a.m. says, an astronomer of Calgary, Jeroen Stil. Reddish color will stay for an hour or two and later move into its next stage till it leaves out earth’s shadow. The complete event will last till 8.10 a.m. in the morning.

Blue moon occurs every month. This month it will be seen along with the total lunar eclipse. Still recites, “I don’t remember when did this happen before. But, it’s pretty I am pretty excited to see all of those three together.”

The eclipse will be clearly visible to the people residing towards the west side of Canada and the US. Gradually, it will shift towards Asia-pacific countries till Wednesday night. A blue moon is the second moon of this month while the supermoon is a new moon that appears brighter and brighter as the time of its disappearance comes closer.

When does the full moon appear?

We get to see the full moon when moon rotates in its orbit and comes closer while revolving around the Earth. Lunar eclipses occur very rarely – once or twice in a year. Some of the astronauts refer this fascinating event as “super blue blood moon.”

However, watching the event will not be so interesting as there are little chances of dull and cloudy climate in the morning that could affect the visibility of the moon. The closest distance between the Earth and the moon on Tuesday will be 359,000 kilometers. NASA scientists will be observing the entire event from the telescope located in Hawaii.