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Lunar Eclipse-Facts about the total lunar eclipse of 27 July 2018



What is Lunar Eclipse?



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Lunar Eclipse occurs when the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon. 

A Lunar Eclipse occurs when the moon passes through Earth's shadow.


 Due to this, the light of the Sun blocked by the Earth and it doesn't reach to the moon.

The moon only reflects the sunlight scattered by the Earth's atmosphere.


Lunar Eclipse of July 2018:-


The longest total Lunar Eclipse of 21st century will occur on 27 July 2018. This Lunar Eclipse will be a Blood Moon.





This total Lunar Eclipse will be the second total lunar eclipse of the year 2018. The first total Lunar Eclipse has occurred on 31st January 2018.


Visibility of this Lunar Eclipse:-


This Lunar Eclipse will be completely visible from Asia, Europe, Australia, South America, North America, Africa.



What is a Blood Moon?





When the moon takes a reddish hue then it is known as Blood Moon.


Is it safe to watch Total Lunar Eclipse:-

Yes, it's totally safe to watch total Lunar Eclipse. There is no need of a telescope to watch it. It can easily be seen by the naked eyes.


EyeProtection::- 


There is no need of any eye protection while watching the total Lunar Eclipse.








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