Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Blood Moon strikes again

Return of the BLOOD MOON: Rare red lunar eclipse to appear for a second time this year

  • A red moon will be visible in parts of the world including the US next week
  • The event is known as a 'blood moon' owing to the red colour of the moon
  • It occurs when the moon passes in to the shadow of Earth called the umbra
  • The event is quite rare but the moon is currently going through a sequence of four blood moons called a tetrad
  • The last was on 15 April 2014 and the next will be on 4 April 2015
  • At 6:25am Eastern time on 9 October the eclipse will be at its peak
Next week a ‘blood moon’ will be visible across large parts of parts of North America.
On Wednesday morning at 6:25am Eastern time the moon will pass into Earth’s shadow, making it appear red.
The event will last about an hour and, owing to the moon’s position in its orbit, will be 5.3 per cent larger than the previous blood moon on 15 April.
A red moon will be visible in parts of the world including the US next week. The event is known as a 'blood moon' (stock image shown) owing to the red colour of the moon. It occurs when the moon passes in to the shadow of Earth called the umbra
A red moon will be visible in parts of the world including the US next week. The event is known as a 'blood moon' (stock image shown) owing to the red colour of the moon. It occurs when the moon passes in to the shadow of Earth called the umbra
The event is the second in a sequence of four blood moons called a tetrad, which occur in six-month intervals.
The next will happen on 4 April 2015 and the last on 28 September 2015.
For the latest blood moon the moment of greatest eclipse will occur at 6:54am Eastern time, after starting at 6:25am, while the eclipse lasts a total of 59 minutes - ending at 7:53am.

WHAT IS A LUNAR ECLIPSE? 

A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon passes in the shadow of Earth.
This is an area known as the umbra, where light from the Sun is blocked by our planet.
The light refracts differently in the atmosphere and, as it hits the moon, it makes it appear red.
This gives rise to its ‘blood red’ appearance during a total eclipse, when the entire moon is in shadow.
If it skirts the shadow, known as a partial or penumbral eclipse, the effect is less dramatic. 
Owing to the orientation of the moon the southern half will appear much darker than the northern half because it will lie deeper in Earth’s shadow.
It will be most visible in the northwestern third of America, where all stages can be witnessed.
Farther east in the US, various phases will occur after moonset.
None of the eclipse will be visible from Europe, Africa or the Middle East though.
It's not often that we get a chance to see our planet's shadow, but a lunar eclipse gives us a brief glimpse.
During these rare events, the full Moon rapidly darkens and then glows red
It will be most visible in the northwestern third of America (illustration shown), where all stages can be witnessed. Farther east in the US, various phases will occur after moonset. None of the eclipse will be visible from Europe, Africa or the Middle East though
It will be most visible in the northwestern third of America (illustration shown), where all stages can be witnessed. Farther east in the US, various phases will occur after moonset. None of the eclipse will be visible from Europe, Africa or the Middle East though
At the eclipse's peak the moon will enter the Earth's full shadow, the umbra. 
At this stage, the Earth's atmosphere will scatter the sun's red visible light, the same process that turns the sky red at sunset. 
As a result, the red light will reflect off the moon's surface, casting a reddish rust hue over it.
Although there are four lunar eclipses in fairly close proximity, the event is not that common.
On average there are two eclipses a year but some are penumbral - which means the moon only passes through the outer portion of Earth’s shadow - so the effect is much less noticeable.
And other eclipses see just a shadow cast on the moon with no red effect.
This ‘blood’ appearance comes from the refraction of the sun’s light through Earth’s atmosphere – much like what is seen at a sunset or sunrise.
Eclipses do not follow any particular pattern though, so getting four ‘blood moons’ in a row is rare.
A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon passes in the shadow of Earth (illustration shown).This is an area known as the umbra, where light from the Sun is blocked by our planet. The light refracts differently in the atmosphere and, as it hits the moon, it makes it appear red
A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon passes in the shadow of Earth (illustration shown).This is an area known as the umbra, where light from the Sun is blocked by our planet. The light refracts differently in the atmosphere and, as it hits the moon, it makes it appear red
Lunar eclipses such as this are quite rare but the moon is currently going through a sequence of four blood moons called a tetrad. The ‘blood’ appearance comes from the refraction of the sun’s light through Earth’s atmosphere when the sun, Earth and moon are lined up (illustrated)
Lunar eclipses such as this are quite rare but the moon is currently going through a sequence of four blood moons called a tetrad. The ‘blood’ appearance comes from the refraction of the sun’s light through Earth’s atmosphere when the sun, Earth and moon are lined up (illustrated)


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THERE WILL BE 3 CASUALTIES THIS TIME ROUND.
WEDNESDAY TILL END OF DECEMBER 2014.

1 comment:

flyer168 said...

"Blood Moon strikes again"

Dian,

Just to share this...

"...Now it’s about to happen for a fourth time.

What will occur in 2015?

The Four blood moons on Jewish feast, according to NASA, will occur on:
April 15, 2014—Passover
October 8, 2014—Feast of Tabernacles
April 4, 2015—Passover

September 28, 2015—Feast of Tabernacles

Some prophecy teachers are declaring boldly that this tetrad just ahead signals that something is getting ready to happen, which will change the world forever.
What does the main man say?...

http://beforeitsnews.com/prophecy/2015/05/strange-and-mysterious-predictions-for-2015-2469452.html

http://beforeitsnews.com/prophecy/2015/05/jade-helm-nightmare-explodes-wait-until-you-see-what-they-just-found-you-will-blown-away-videos-2469456.html

Dec 27, 2014 - meteor will hit earth in the end of 2015? - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNv1nGp2L6E

May 2, 2015 - BBC's "End Day" points to September 24-28 as meteorite strike and start of the "Day of the Lord" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swbbgqaNhQo

May 3, 2015 - CERN Opening the Abyss - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xC7yj-vkI8

You be the judge.

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