Moon tonight los angeles

Moon tonight los angeles

Moon tonight los angeles

Planning on the moon tonight? The moon will cross the dates of Christmas on a Friday night, and then suddenly leave just before 4 AM. This means the moon will not be in the sky Friday morning. On New Years Eve, it will be in the sky Friday morning. This means, the last Friday of December, the moon is on its way to the full moon. Dont blow the opportunity of Venus and Saturn close


While the event will be visible from North and South America, Australia, and parts of Europe and Asia, you can also catch it online if you are clouded out. If you do have good weather, our guide on how to photograph a lunar eclipse, as well as how to photograph the moon with a camera in general, can help you make the most of the event. If you need imaging gear, check out our best cameras for astrophotography and best lenses for astrophotography to help prepare for the next eclipse.

And don't let the 'partial' part fool you – this lunar eclipse will be pretty much as close as you can get to a total eclipse, with more than 97 percent of the full moon cast into a red hue by Earth's shadow (NASA says 99.1 percent will be covered, whereas Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles says 97 percent). (Source: www.sciencealert.com)


Movie of the "NEAR TOTAL ECLIPSE." LONGEST PARTIAL LUNAR ECLIPSE in 580 years occurs on morning of November 19th. 1st parts of the eclipse begin at 1:02AM EST. Max eclipse occurs at 4:02 AM when 97% of MOON in darkest part of Earth's shadow. pic.twitter.com/2HwPpqPbbd

Still, this week's lunar eclipse is going to be a spectacular chance to get outside, wrap up in a blanket, and take a moment to enjoy a brief moment of astronomical alignment, and marvel at the long-reaching shadow cast by our home planet. (Source: www.sciencealert.com)



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