Winter Solstice going to coincide with Lunar Eclipse on Tuesday regarded as the longest day of the year

Winter Solstice going to coincide with Lunar Eclipse on Tuesday regarded as the longest day of the year

Winter Solstice is one of the attractive keywords on Google Trends as it happened for the 1st time almost in 500 years that a Lunar Eclipse is going to concur with the Winter Solstice on 21st December, just like there is only a chance to see a Selenelion in your life time. Now you people are thinking about this..it occurs when the sun coincides with the eclipsed moon.
This is also termed as Horizontal Eclipse as both sun and moon appear above the horizon at quite opposite points in the sky. Now come to the point, as we were talking about Winter Solsticeso the full moon will start its journey in order to pass through Earths Shadow at 6:30 a.m. on Tuesday..the longest day of the year. The total eclipse will be seemed out at 7:40 a.m.
The observers will see much dark moon as compared to usual, while the sky color will be changed to deep red. The eclipse will be on its peak at 8:17 a.m. and will be ended up at 8:53 a.m. Star gazers from Northern Ireland will be ideally placed in order to enjoy this heavenly phenomenon on yesterdays night.

Terry Moseley, an Irish from Astronomical Association on talking about next full lunar eclipse said that there is no chance of Lunar eclipse till 2015.

Winter Solstice going to coincide with Lunar Eclipse on Tuesday regarded as the longest day of the year

Winter Solstice going to coincide with Lunar Eclipse on Tuesday regarded as the longest day of the year

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