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A blood moon lunar eclipse brings a rare ‘selenelion’ on November 8th

A blood moon lunar eclipse brings a rare ‘selenelion’ on November 8th

Observers across the central and eastern United States and Canada should pay particular attention to the environment full moon On the morning of November 8, for that morning lunar eclipse it will still be ongoing.

An interesting observation to try that morning would be to watch the eclipsed moon set and the sun rise simultaneously. A little-used name for this effect is “selenelion,” a phenomenon that celestial geometry says cannot happen.





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