Time to watch the moon pass through the earth’s shadow.
The event known as a Lunar eclipseYou will see full moon flower It temporarily turns red overnight on Sunday (May 15) and Monday (May 16), depending on where you stand. Could you Watch the lunar eclipse of the flower of blood in the webcaststarting at 9:30 PM EST (0130 GMT).
While the timing depends on your location, here’s when to look for the total eclipse. TimeandDate.com says partial eclipse moon phase May 15 starts at 10:28 PM EST (0228 GMT on May 16). The blood moon The peak begins on May 16 at 12:11 AM ET (0411 GMT). Then the event ends at 1:55 AM EST (0555 GMT).
Eclipse scientist Fred Espenak Include the full moon for May 15 as it is called Supermoon, which makes this event very special. The full moon It is at its perihelion (the closest approach to Earth in a month, in its orbit). So we’ll see a slightly larger moon experience a Super Flower Blood Moon eclipse.
The total phase of the eclipse, which will see the moon skirt the darkest canopy shadow of our planet, will occur from parts of the Americas, Antarctica, Europe, Africa and the eastern Pacific.
A semi-light eclipse can also be seen in New Zealand, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East. The moon will turn a little darker as the blond shade of our planet is cast to the surface. By the way, the partial eclipse will start about an hour before and end about an hour after the partial eclipse.
If you’re outside the viewing area or it’s closed due to bad weather, we also have several options to watch the show online, as long as the weather is good at their viewing locations.
If you want to photograph the moon, or want to equip your equipment for a total lunar eclipse, check out The best cameras for astrophotography And Best lenses for astrophotography. Read our guides on How to photograph a lunar eclipseBeside How do you picture the moon? Come with your camera for some helpful tips for planning your lunar photoshoot.
NASA Science Live Blood Moon webcast
The first is NASA’s Science Live Youtube broadcastincluded above. This will begin at 9:32 PM May 15 (0132 GMT May 16).
Describing it, the agency stated, “Join NASA experts to learn about this amazing natural phenomenon, see through telescope views around the world, and hear about plans to bring humans back to the lunar surface with Artemis.” “Do you have questions? Ask them in our live chat.”
Slooh moon flower lunar eclipse webcast
Next, we have Slooh, an online telescope astronomy service that is remotely operated and has its own webcast. The above YouTube visual event will begin on May 15 at 9:30 PM EST (May 16, 0130 GMT).
“Online telescope experts will be on hand to explain this amazing scene from the beginning of the semi-partial stage, through the partial stage, and then the beautiful total stage that lasts 1 hour and 19 minutes,” Saloh stated.
The broadcast is visible to all with a strong internet connection, while the entire eclipse will be discussed during the Star Party on the members-only Discord. You can find out how to sign up for Slooh to join at Slooh.com.
TimeandDate.com Webcast of the Total Lunar Eclipse
else Youtube broadcast The live chat is available with TimeandDate.com, starting at 10 PM EST May 15 (0200 GMT May 16). You can see the presentation above this text.
“Our live coverage is your perfect companion for this eclipse, whether it’s visible from your location or not. Follow the eclipse here with us from start to finish,” the company stated.
TimeandDate.com He has a blood moon page for the month of May 2022 For lunar eclipses, including observation tips and other information.
Webcast of the total lunar eclipse at Griffith Observatory
The observatory’s webcast will begin at 10:35 PM EDT (0235 GMT) and run until 3:50 AM EST (0750 GMT), According to the observatory. (This is from 7:35 p.m. to 11:50 p.m. local Pacific time.) On Tuesday, May 16, the Griffith Observatory will also share a full video of the lunar eclipse at Her YouTube channel.
Virtual telescope total giant lunar eclipse webcast
Finally, there is an option to watch the virtual telescope project online Webcast of the giant lunar eclipse It’s 9:15 p.m. EDT (0215 GMT), with views from across the visibility zone. You can see the presentation above this text.
Astrophysicist Gianluca Massi, of the project, will host the eclipse from Ceccano, Italy, in the center of the country. Follow the show directly on the project’s YouTube page or directly from event broadcast site.
According to Massey, the webcast will include imaging from the following astrophotographers:
- Astrophotographer: Gianluca Massi (Rome, Italy);
- Astrophotographer: John W. Johnson (Nebraska, USA)
- Astrophotographer: Joaquin Fabrega Polleri (Panama);
- Astrophotographer: Chris Corwin (St. John, New Brunswick, Canada);
- Astrophotographer: Fernando Rodriguez (Florida, USA);
- Astrophotographer: Jim Thompson (Astronomy and Observer Group, Ottawa Valley, Canada);
- Astrophotographer: Gary Varney (Florida, USA);
- Astrophotographer: Karim Jaafar (Montreal Centre, Royal Canadian Astronomical Society);
- Coordinator and Live Commentator: Astrophysicist Gianluca Massi (Italy virtual telescope project).
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