Moon Eclipse

June 15, 2011 by staff 

Moon EclipseMoon Eclipse, A total lunar eclipse will take place on Wednesday. It is the first of two total lunar eclipses in 2011; the second would take place on 10 December. According to experts, this is a relatively rare central eclipse where the moon passes through the centerline of the shadow of Lands. The last lunar eclipse closer to the center of the Earth’s shadow was on July 16, 2000. The next total lunar eclipse will be like July 27, 2018. All this would happen during the total lunar eclipse would begin at 22:54 on Wednesday.

A lunar eclipse occurs when Earth passes between the Sun and Moon in a straight line on a Full Moon Night. Blocks sunlight alignment, which casts a shadow on the moon.

As the Moon moves deeper into the shadow of Lands, which would change its color from gray to orange or a deep shade of red. This is a rare event. Lucknowites have the opportunity to see one of the longest lunar eclipses from beginning to end, “said Shishir Sankhayan, an educator with citys Indira Gandhi Planetarium. No one should lose, it will be visible from the n*ked eye, he added. The moon will appear red from 12:52 a.m. and 2:32 am

Turning red moon during an eclipse is an important part of the creative freedom with the authors of stories and novels centered on it. The scientific fraternity is equally excited about the event, but due to its simplicity. The moon turns red, due to tangential rays of the sun to come despite the shadow of Lands.

Rays of all colors start from the sun, but after contacting the particles in the Earth’s atmosphere, they scatter.

Red rays scatter less due to its wavelength and high white paint Movement, said Anil Yadav, in charge of Indira Gandhi Planetarium. Besides the Indians, half the people in the world will see this eclipse. Those living in East Africa, Middle East, central Asia and western Australia will be able to see the total eclipse.

Those in Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina will see a part of it, while nobody in North America will witness the phenomenon. Year 2011 has been exceptionally happening in terms of occurrences of eclipses concerns.

In total, four partial solar and two total lunar eclipses will take place in 2011, of which two partial solar eclipses have been carried out on 4 January and 1 June. Experts say that the maximum of seven eclipses can occur in a year.

Each of us is born with a parent planet. The case could have a positive and negative impact on the lives of those born with the Moon as its host planet. But this is a matter of belief, “said DK Shukla, an astrologer based in the city.

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