'Super Blood Moon' Will Occur With Next Week's Lunar Eclipse
'Super Blood Moon' Will Occur , With Next Week's Lunar Eclipse. A 'super blood moon' is another name for a super lunar eclipse. A lunar eclipse takes place as the earth passes between the moon and the sun, causing the dim light that reaches the moon to appear red. When this happens, the only light that reaches the moon’s surface is from the edges of the earth’s atmosphere, NASA, via 'The San Francisco Chronicle'. This year in North America, the "super blood moon" occurs early Wednesday morning. [On Wednesday morning], a full Moon near its closest point to Earth in its orbit will cross into Earth's shadow. That makes a super lunar eclipse, or if you will, a super blood Moon!, NASA, Twitter. Those on the West Coast will get the best view of the lunar phenomenon. The eclipse will peak at 3:20 A.M. P.S.T #california
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