Sunday Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse: Where You Can See It

Sunday Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse: Where You Can See It

The world is set to witness the first total lunar eclipse of the year on Sunday (May 15th). The solar eclipse process begins at 10:27 pm EST on Sunday. According to a CNN report, it will be 7:07 am on Monday, according to India Standard Time.

The total lunar eclipse begins after 1 hour. According to a CNN report, it will end at 12:53 EST (10:15 EST).

Immediately before the whole, the moon emits a reddish tint. Therefore, the moon is called the “Blood Moon”. This happens because when the sun’s rays reach the earth, much of the blue and green light is scattered and the orange and red colors remain visible.

The moon also almost disappears for a while during the total lunar eclipse.

What is a lunar eclipse?