New Delhi: 27 June :- Blood Moon Longest Lunar eclipse in July 2018: Just one month after that i.e. 27th July is the longest and full moon eclipse of the 21st century. This time the lunar eclipse will be of 1 hour and 43 minutes. During this time the Earth’s satellite or moon will appear as beautiful red or brown. Scientists named this lunar eclipse as Blood Moon.
This full moon eclipse will be seen with open eyes in Africa, Middle East and South Asia along with India. Let’s know what happens, supermon, blood moon and lunar eclipse:
What is Supermoon?
When the distance between the moon and the earth becomes the lowest and the moon shines on its entire face, it is called supermon.
What happens to blood moon?
During lunar eclipse, the moon appears red, which is called blood moon or the blood moon. In fact, when the moon remains in the shadow of the earth during the full moon’s lunar eclipse, its aura becomes redundant, which is called the ‘Ratakim Chandra’ or ‘Lal Chand’. This happens when the moon is completely covered in the aura of the earth. In this case, the ‘red’ ray of the sun reaches the moon by ‘scatter’.
What happens to Lunar Eclipse?
Lunar eclipse occurs when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are in such a situation that for some time the whole moon passes through the shadow of earth in space. But when passing through the Earth’s atmosphere, the sun’s redness falls apart in the atmosphere and falls on the surface of the Moon. It is also called blood moon.
How to see lunar eclipse?
There is no need of special equipment to see the lunar eclipse as the solar eclipse. The sight of the lunar eclipse can be seen with open eyes and it is completely safe. In fact, during solar eclipse, the solar radiation becomes a delicate tissue damaged by the eyes, due to which the vision can be difficult to see in Vision – Issu. It is also called retinal sunburn. These troubles can happen for some time or again. But this does not happen during the lunar eclipse. There is no harm in seeing the moon with an open eyes on this day.