On September 27 or 28, 2015, a rare total lunar eclipse of a Super Full Moon will be visible around the world.
In the U.S., Canada, and Central and South America, this Complete Lunar Eclipse will begin on the evening of September 27, 2015 while in Europe, South/East Asia, Africa, the Arctic, and in the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian Oceans it starts on September 28, 2015.
Or about 1 hr this Blood Moon, and 12 minutes will probably be completely eclipsed.
Here are a few facts about that blood moon eclipse:
It is a Infrequent Eclipse of a Supermoon
In accordance with NASA, they’ve just happened 5 times in the 1900s – in 1982 and 1910, 1928, 1946, 1964.
Following the September 27/ 28, 2015 Total Lunar Eclipse, a Superb Complete Moon eclipse is not going to occur until October 8, 2033, for another 18 years.
And Has Been Called a Blood Moon.
Recently, the definition of Blood Moon continues to be often used to reference complete lunar eclipses.
Some sources indicate the term comes from the Bible. John Hagee and Christian pastors Mark Blitz claim the eclipses of the 2014-2015 lunar carry through a Biblical prophecy of trying and impending tough times.
Nevertheless, it’s not impossible that due to the reddish colour the eclipsed Moon takes on during totality, the term came to describe complete lunar eclipses.
Despite Gossips, the Planet Is Not Going To Finish.
The perspectives of Hagee and pastors Blitz assembled focus in early 2014, since the eclipses in the tetrad coincide with significant Jewish holidays. The eclipses in April 2015 and April 2014 happened at exactly the same time while the October 2014 and September 2015 eclipses.
This coincidence was taken by some folks as an indicator of the conclusion of times. In conclusion, astronomers and scientists have discovered no reason to think the present lunar eclipse is an indication of the planet to finish.
Even this claim has been debunked by mainstream religious organizations, so do not begin hoarding end of the world supplies only yet.
2015 has the minimal quantity of eclipses than can occur in a calendar year, 4 eclipses.