The upcoming supermoon will also deliver a lunar eclipse to people in the right viewing locations. You can catch all the action online too.
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Keith Villa, who wrote the recipe for Blue Moon Belgian White in 1995, is retiring from MillerCoors. “While I am stepping away and retiring from MillerCoors, this company will forever hold a special place in my heart,” Villa said via a statement. “Over the last 20 years, I have witnessed the growth of Blue Moon […]
SEOUL (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday welcomed recent progress in inter-Korean talks during a phone call with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, Moon's office said.
January 2018 is going to be moon-tactic! The following video contains info about the upcoming Super Blue Blood Moon. It’s going to be so rad! Related on EcoSalon 5 Pieces to Make You Sparkle Like the Moon and Stars Is Your Insomnia Related to the Full Moon? 5 Beauty Products Moon Lovers Won’t Wane On The post January is Super Moon Month appeared first on EcoSalon.
On January 31, we'll get the third supermoon in a row, which will also be the second full moon of January and coincide with a total lunar eclipse. The last time all that happened together was almost 152 years ago. These celestial phenomena...Show More Summary
On January 31, turn your eyes to the sky, because the moon is going to do something that it hasn't done in a century and a half. On the last day of the month, lucky celestial viewers are going to witness a super blue blood moon eclipse.[...]
Call it whatever you like—a blue red moon, a purple moon, a blood moon—but the moon will be a special sight on Jan. 31.
Three celestial events will overlap at the end of the month to light up the night sky in a way that hasn't been seen in over 150 years.
Call it whatever you like — a blue red moon, a purple moon, a blood moon — but the moon will be a special sight on Jan. 31. Three separate celestial events will occur simultaneously that night, resulting in what some are calling a super blue blood moon eclipse....
Look up at the sky on Jan. 31 and you may witness a sight unseen for 150 years. For the first time since 1866, a total lunar eclipse will occur with the blue moon, or second full moon of the month, which—like the one visible on New Year's Day—...
It seems that some of us will have a very special January if we look up to the skies this month. We’re expecting to have two supermoons, a blue moon and a total lunar eclipse. The eclipse is also coinciding with that second supermoon, so should be very cool. Show More Summary
Tonight’s full moon is a wonderful way to start out the New Year. Not only is it slightly larger than normal—a “super moon”—but it also happens on the first day of a month of 31 days, meaning we’ll have a second full moon this very month. Show More Summary
The full Moon on Jan 2 will be the perigee full Moon of 2018. Perigee is the point in an object’s elliptical orbit around the Earth where its distance to our planet is minimised. The Moon experiences perigee once per orbit but not always coinciding with full Moon. Show More Summary
2018's biggest supermoon will be followed at the end of January by a "super blue blood moon."
Evening sky as seen on January 31 at 22:30 ACDST, with the total Lunar eclipse well under way on a "Blue" Moon. Similar views will be seen elsewhere in Australia at the equivalent local time. (click to embiggen).The January edition of Southern Skywatch is now up.This month sees most of the action move in the morning sky. Show More Summary
The New Year brings a great meteor shower, a rarely visible planet, a “blue moon,” and a total lunar eclipse.
You've heard of a supermoon, a blue moon, and a blood moon, but have you ever heard of a "Super Blue Blood Moon"? Read more...
This moon has piled up a stunning array of adjectives—here's what they all mean.