Super Blood Moon

started by kcota, January 19, 2019
5 replies to this discussion
  • Member

    With all the focus on Harper, I was wondering about the Super Blood Moon and eclipse, due 1/20/19. Will it be visible and will it interact with the storm?

  • Member

    It is supposed to be visible for all of us in the U.S But with the cloud cover this storm is bringing with it some people will not get to see it.

    Cloud cover for tonight.

  • Member

    If you are living in Oklahoma, then you should have an impeccable view of the #SuperWolfBloodMoon total eclipse starting at 10:41 P.M. CST and ending one hour later.  Click on the link below for a perfect diagram of how it plays out.  Thank you. 😀

    https://twitter.com/emilyrsutton/status/1087014904878559243

  • Member

    Considering that we will have very clear skies tonight, I’m not going out in this fridged weather. At 8; 50 it’s -5 and dropping from there. But thanks for all the info. How often does this moon happen?🌙

    • Member

      A super blood moon occurs within four consecutive total eclipses in a series, known as a tetrad. It occurs again in May 2021. #moontrivia 😀 🌔✨🔭

    • Member

      Thank you, Andy!

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