The red moon: Lunar eclipse – on May 15-16, 2022

The red moon: Lunar eclipse  – on May 15-16, 2022The red moon: Lunar eclipse  – on May 15-16, 2022

Total lunar eclipse

People who live in areas such as that of Americas, Europe and Africa will be witness to the total lunar eclipse at night of May 15-16 2022. Additionally, on this day the moon is very close to the Earth: supermoon.

Penumbral eclipse will begin at 1:32 UTC on May 16 (9:32 p.m. ET 15 the 15th of May, 15).Partial eclipse will start around 2:27 UTC on the 16th day in the month of May (10:27 p.m. ET at the time of 15th day of the month of May). Totality starts (moon being enveloped with the shadows of Earth) at 3:29 UTC on the 16th of May (11:29 p.m. ET on the 15th of May).
The HTML0’s totality will come to an end at 4.53 UTC in May 16, (12:53 a.m. ET).
Partially eclipse ends at 5:55 UTC on June 16 (1:55 a.m. ET).
Penumbral eclipse will conclude at the time of 6:30 UTC on the 16th of May (2:50 a.m. Eastern Standard Time).
The total eclipse occurs at 4:22 UTC on May 16, (12:12 a.m. ET).
Time of the whole duration of the program is Around 90 mins.
Note: This total eclipse is a central eclipse. The moon is moving along the axis of Earth’s darker ( the umbral) shadow. The moon is in the near part of its orbit and is close to Earth when the eclipse is total. It’s a moon that’s supermoon.The red moon: Lunar eclipse – on May 15-16, 2022

Because of their size because of their size, they are typically the longest total phase. In this scenario, the totality time can run nearly 90 minutes!


Red Moon: Red Moon:

The full moon is only visible in the evening. A total lunar eclipse can be seen from any place on Earth where night is present during the time of the eclipse. But, certain people will be able see the eclipse better than others, depending on their position. Certain people are in a position to observe it at the moon’s rise or when it sets at night, when the moon is near the horizon. Lunar eclipses are visible with only the naked eye. Binoculars and telescopes may aid in viewing however they’re not required.

While the eclipse is likely to be unaffected by the eclipse by viewers on Earth however, there’s an lunar spacecraft NASA always tries to safeguard the solar power source from being unable to penetrate in the area of the Cislunar (moon-Earth) the area surrounding it for only few hours.

For a long time, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter is in operation at the moon for more than 13 years. It first began operations in June of 2009. Denevi is the chief assistant investigator for cameras of LRO that takes high-definition pictures of lunar surfaces in order to find water reservoirs, and determine landing missions.

Blood Moon 2022

“Luckily there are batteries, however we use solar panels to charge those batteries” Denevi said of LRO. “During the eclipse there isn’t enough power to power all the instruments. We are prepared by shutting down these instruments. We keep track of the spacecraft during the eclipse to ensure it’s healthy and sufficiently warm.

When the eclipse is over it is possible to power back to take information. “A video that blends two images prior to and after shows the appearance of a new 39 foot large (12 metres) mark on moon’s surface. This was discovered in 2016. (Image credit: NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University)Advertisement

Its contributions to LRO to lunar science is immense considering that it has been orbiting for many years. Denevi also expressed his gratitude for the ability of LRO to show the moon’s changing orbit, even though parts of the moon’s surface is billions of years old.

“Some of these things, according to us could have been formed thousands of millions of years in the past that is for the moon as well as for geologic time is rather youthful,” she added.

“Then we’ve also observed new impact moon craters that were formed during this mission.” Denevi added. “We can see the moon before these events occur. We can keep re-imaging the moon’s surface. We can also find new craters which have been formed on the moon as we’ve been orbiting.”

Based on the location you’re in and your place of residence A partially eclipsed moon occurs on May 15 around 10:30 p.m. (EDT) (0228 GMT on May 16). It is believed by experts that Blood Moon will reach its maximum at 12:11 a.m. EDT (0411 GMT) on May 16 before closing at around 1:55 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (0555 GMT). The penumbral lunar phase that will be observed during this eclipse will begin an hour earlier , and will end approximately an hour after an partial eclipse according to

NASA’s livestream starts on the 9th minute, which is scheduled to begin at 9:15 p.m. at night on 15th day of May (0132 GMT May 16) with a particular focus on the moon’s science and eclipses , along together with Artemis program to bring people on moons. The Slooh Webcaster on Astronomy is scheduled start the 15th of May at 9:00 p.m. ET (May 16 at 0130 GMT). TimeandDate will show the complete eclipse for as long as the weather is suitable, beginning with 10:30 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time on 15 May. (0200 GMT May 16).

The first of two lunar eclipses is scheduled to take place during 2022.. It is set to occur on November. 8th, 2022. With at least some visible in from Asia, Australia, North America as well as parts of northern and eastern Europe as well as the Arctic and most of South America, according to

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