In Auckland, the eclipse would still be partial as the moon disappeared below the horizon.
"The most evocative and genuine use of the moon in landscape portraits results from situations when the light on the moon balances with the twilight in the surrounding sky", says Noton.
Ale said that not all full moon has eclipse because the moon orbits in a slightly different plane than the Earth and the Sun, pointing out that when the planes coincide and the Earth passes in between the Moon and the Sun, it cut off the sun rays from reaching the moon directly and thereby causing an eclipse.
The Moon receives its "blood red" colour from a scientific phenomenon called Rayleigh scattering. The moon will hence appear dark.
Red light has a better chance of doing so because shorter wavelengths of light are scattered more efficiently by the molecules in our atmosphere and red has a relatively long wavelength. "While more common than the solar eclipse, the event is nonetheless fairly unusual, with even partial eclipses rarely happening a few times or twice per year and each is only visible from a portion of the Earth." 3.
"Since the moon will be rising as it goes through its partial phase and approaches totality, it is best to view the eclipse facing east".
The Moon will also spend a longer time in darkness than normal because its current path takes it right through the middle of Earth's shadow. "We are making arrangements for night sky observation on the terrace of the Priyadarshini Planetarium here from 12am to 3am", said Arul Jerald Prakash, director, Kerala State Science and Technology Museum (KSSTM). The last time Mars was bigger and brighter than this was in 2003, when it was less than 56 million kilometres away from Earth.
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"We have a rare and interesting conjunction of phenomena", Pascal Descamps, an astronomer with the Paris Observatory, told AFP. "Not quite as bright as Venus, but still because of the reddish, orange-ish-red color, you really can't miss it in the sky".
If you're in a place where you won't be able to see the eclipse in person, there are still ways to watch it.
In the United Kingdom, the blood moon will take place on the night of Friday the 27th July 2018.
In Metro Manila, Manila Bay will have one of the best vistas, he said.
A blood moon is essentially another word for a total lunar eclipse.
According to the publication, on 27 July, the Israelis will be able to see a long lunar Eclipse. "Personally, I'm far more drawn to using the lunar allure as an element in my landscapes, or using the moonlight as a light source". "Beyond that, the view of the moon will already be affected by twilight", he said.
For those in North America, the century's longer lunar eclipse will not be visible as it will take place during the day on Friday.
A similar thing happens during a lunar eclipse.