The coming year will witness a Super Blood Wolf Moon: 2019

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A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon passes into Earth's shadow. During the eclipse, the moon turns a rusty, red color, which leads to the moniker "blood moon".

On January 20, 2019, a rare and a very interesting celestial event called the Super Blood Wolf Moon will grace the skies.

Astronomy fanatics are in for a treat January 20, when Earth will pass between the sun and full moon to create a total lunar eclipse that will turn the moon's silvery shine into a blood-red glow. It's being called the super blood wolf moon eclipse - and you should be able to see it North America. A supermoon is a point during the month when the Moon is closest to Earth and it appears about 14 percent larger in the sky. Of the 87 total lunar eclipses set to occur in this century, only 28 will match up with supermoons, Anna Ross, an astronomer at the Royal Observatory Greenwich, London, told Newsweek. The marvel will likewise be obvious from South America and parts of western Europe, and the moon will wear its blood red shading for around 60 minutes.

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Above all, the event will take place in the night where the entire moon will be at its closest distance from the Earth.

The last total lunar eclipse happened in July. While the peak is expected to come at 12:16 a.m. EST on January 21, according to Space.com. Nearly all the people who are living in Canada and U.S. will get an unbelievable chance to witness such a particular eclipse which will be followed by the clear skies. It'll coincide with a supermoon and a wolf moon.

The name was coined because wolves tend to howl a lot during their breeding season in January and February.
However, a partial eclipse will be visible from around 9:30 p.m. on Jan 20 and by 2:48 a.m. the event will officially be over.

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