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Don’t Miss: An Almost Total Lunar Eclipse

 Nwo Report November 14, 2021


Don’t Miss: An Almost Total Lunar Eclipse Image-776

Source: Molly Wasser and Ernie Wright, NASA
On November 19, 2021 (late evening of the 18th in some time zones), the Moon passes into the shadow of the Earth, creating a partial lunar eclipse so deep that it can reasonably be called almost total. Credit: NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio.



https://youtu.be/bpXEyfMyru0

What is an “almost total” lunar eclipse?

A lunar eclipse occurs when the Sun, Earth, and Moon align so that the Moon passes into Earth’s shadow. In a total lunar eclipse, the entire Moon falls within the darkest part of Earth’s shadow, called the umbra. In this eclipse, up to 99.1% of the Moon’s disk will be within Earth’s umbra.

How can I observe the eclipse?

The best viewing will be right around the peak of the eclipse, on November 19th at 9:03 UTC/4:03 AM EDT/1:03 AM PDT. This part of the eclipse is visible in all of North America, as well as large parts of South America, Polynesia, eastern Australia, and northeastern Asia.
A world map showing where the eclipse is visible at the time of greatest eclipse. Earlier parts of the eclipse are visible farther east, while later times are visible farther west. Credit: NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio

What can I expect to observe?

All times are in UTC on November 19, 2021.


6:02Penumbral eclipse beginsThe Moon enters the Earth’s penumbra, the outer part of the shadow. The Moon begins to dim, but the effect is quite subtle.
7:19Partial eclipse beginsThe Moon begins to enter Earth’s umbra and the partial eclipse begins. To the naked eye, as the Moon moves into the umbra, it looks like a bite is being taken out of the lunar disk. The part of the Moon inside the umbra will appear very dark.
8:45Red color becomes visibleMore than 95% of the Moon’s disk is in the umbra and the Moon will appear red. The color might be easier to see in binoculars or a telescope. Using a camera on a tripod with exposures of several seconds will bring out the color, at the expense of overexposing the lit part of the Moon.
9:03Eclipse peakThe peak of the eclipse occurs at 9:03 UTC. This is the best time to see the red color.
9:20Red color no longer visibleThe redness fades as less than 95% of the Moon is in the Earth’s umbra. It appears that a bite is taken out of the opposite side of the Moon from earlier.
10:47Partial eclipse endsThe whole Moon is in Earth’s penumbra, but again, the dimming is subtle.
12:04Penumbral eclipse endsThe eclipse is over.

What else can I see tonight?

During the eclipse, the Moon moves through the western part of the constellation Taurus. The Pleiades star cluster is to the upper right, and the Hyades cluster ― including the bright star Aldebaran, eye of the bull ― is in the lower left. Here are some more skywatching tips for the month of November.



https://youtu.be/QHFaH35DjI8

Why does the Moon turn red during a lunar eclipse?

The same phenomenon that makes our sky blue and our sunsets red causes the Moon to turn red during a lunar eclipse. It’s called Rayleigh scattering. Light travels in waves, and different colors of light have different physical properties. Blue light has a shorter wavelength and is scattered more easily by particles in Earth’s atmosphere than red light, which has a longer wavelength. Red light, on the other hand, travels more directly through the atmosphere. When the Sun is overhead, we see blue light throughout the sky. But when the Sun is setting, sunlight must pass through more atmosphere and travel farther before reaching our eyes. The blue light from the Sun scatters away, and longer-wavelength red, orange, and yellow light passes through.
The landscape of the Moon, foreground, is reddened by sunlight filtered through Earth’s atmosphere. The Sun is obscured by the Earth, but the glow of its corona is visible. Credit: NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio
During a lunar eclipse, the Moon turns red because the only sunlight reaching the Moon passes through Earth’s atmosphere. The more dust or clouds in Earth’s atmosphere during the eclipse, the redder the Moon will appear. It’s as if all the world’s sunrises and sunsets are projected onto the Moon.

https://nworeport.me/2021/11/14/dont-miss-an-almost-total-lunar-eclipse/
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