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Watch LIVE: Super Blue Moon Eclipse 2018! What, When and Where

A rare Super Blue Blood Moon and Lunar Eclipse will take over the night sky today almost after 152 years for Americans and after 35 years for Indians.

Super Blue Moon Eclipse 2018 Watch LIVE: Super Blue Moon Eclipse 2018! What, When and Where Source : Press

Today is the last day of the month and it will be a treat to all the sky watchers around the world! A blue moon, a super moon, and a blood moon will all coincide for the first time since 1866.

"As the earth passes in between the sun and the moon on January 31, the earth's shadow will fall onto the moon to give us a total lunar eclipse. The moon will be entirely inside the earth's dark umbral shadow and will last a bit more than one-and-a-quarter hours. The full moon is also the third in a series of three straight full moon super moons" a leading daily quoted.

The natural satellite will rise at 5:51 AM EST, which is 4:21 PM IST and set at 11:08 AM EST or 9:38 PM IST.


In India, the country's first viewers will be from the North-East, who will witness the event between 4:21 PM and 5:18 PM IST. The others will get a chance to witness this Super blue blood moon between 5:18 PM IST and 6:21 PM IST.

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What is a Super blue blood Moon?

The moon is full, and it's the second full moon of the calendar month, which has been termed a blue moon.

The moon is known as a supermoon because it's especially close to the Earth, making it appear larger and brighter than usual.

Where and When to see a Super Moon Eclipse?


In India:

. North-east of India will be able to witness the partial eclipse between 4.21pm and 5.18pm IST time.

· The rest of the country will see the lunar eclipse from 4.21pm to 5.18pm IST time.

The United States:

· Washington DC - 7.51am to 9.07am

· New York City - 7.51am to 9.07am

· Chicago - 6.51am to 8.07am

· Kansas City - 6.51am to 8.07am

· Denver - 5.51am - 7.07am

· Phoenix - 5.51am - 7.07am

· Los Angeles - 4.51am to 6.07am

· Seattle - 4.51am to 6.07am

>> In Australia, the eclipse will begin between 9 pm and 11 pm AEDT

>> East of Canada, locals will still be treated to a partial eclipse which will begin around 5.51am EST (10.51am EST).

According to NASA, "The reason this January 31 event is a Super blue blood moon is because this will also be a total lunar eclipse when the satellite has a reddish tinge to it. It is also the second total lunar eclipse in the month of January 2018, and according to NASA, a second total lunar eclipse during a month is called ‘blue moon'. Thus the Super moon has become a "super blue blood moon."


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