Here’s where you’ll be able to see tomorrow’s rare super blue blood moon

Here’s where you’ll be able to see tomorrow’s rare super blue blood moon
 

Stargazers hoping to catch a glimpse of tomorrow’s super blue blood moon in the UK are set to be disappointed as it won’t be visible from these shores.
Instead, the eclipse will be visible best in the western half of the US and Canada before the moon sets early Wednesday, and across the Pacific into Asia as the moon rises Wednesday night.
Nasa has said it will be ‘extra special’ for those in the US and other parts of the world such as the Middle East, Asia, eastern Russia, Australia and New Zealand, where the Blue Moon will coincide with a total lunar eclipse.
But UK-based astronomy fans... read more

 
30 January 2018 in Hot News, Views: 38
Source: Metro
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