Rare lunar eclipse sighting in Colorado on Thursday night – A rare lunar eclipse may be visible in Colorado on Thursday night, but it will only be possible if the clouds are slightly scattered in the sky at midnight.
By the way, a rare lunar eclipse is visible only once in 1000 years, but we are going to see it in Colorado late on Thursday. It will remain in the Earth’s shadow for about 3:30 hours. The distance makes a big difference. It will occur when the Moon is closer to its Apogee, the farthest point from Earth, and the opposite of Sukhon when the Moon is farthest from Earth. READ| USA lists Pakistan and China as countries of particular concern for religious freedom violations
So it moves a little slower when it is closer to the Earth than it hops faster is or gives you more time to catch a glimpse if you want to see it you have to set an alarm and go to that fixed time and watch it carefully.
The Director of the Fiske Planetarium at the University of John Keller says shadow 15 mins of 12:30 pm will begin to cover the Moon around 2:00 PM, reach totality, and will end at around 3:45 PM. READ| USA: Steve Bannon, charged for contempt over Congressional Capitol riots investigation
How To Watch Lunar Eclipse From Home?
If you want to see the Rare lunar eclipse sighting on Friday in Colorado, it will be broadcast live by Adler Planetarium in an early morning program, starting at 1:30 on Sky Observers Hangout via Adler’s YouTube channel
— AdlerPlanet (@AdlerPlanet) November 17, 2021