Full lunar eclipse to bring super blood Moon

Full lunar eclipse to bring super blood Moon

May 15, 2022 by BBC News - World

Key Facts

  • It will be visible with the naked eye before dawn on Monday in most of Europe.
  • The Moon will appear larger than usual because it will be at its closest point to Earth of its orbit, giving it the name super Moon.
  • This light will be blood red, from all Earth's sunrises and sunsets reflected on to the Moon's surface, explains Dr Gregory Brown, astronomer at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London.
  • On Monday, western parts of Europe will get a good but short view as the Moon will set during the eclipse.

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