“Bloody moon”, “blue moon”, “super moon” all these events will take place on January 31st with the moon eclipse. This event occurs once in 150 years can be observed in many countries, including Turkey.
The second full moon of the month of January will show us the moon creeper along with the three-month moon. The most recent of these events took place on March 31, 1866, 152 years ago. These events are the events we have recently encountered, but this time all of these interesting and important things will happen together.
For example, we use the term “blue moon” when the second full moon occurs within the same month, and this event occurs every 2.5 years. The full moon that occurs when the Moon is closest to Earth is called “Super Moon” and it happens once every 411 days.
If you do not follow the moon appearances on a regular basis, it is, of course, unexpected that you will notice this event in a simple way, but if you want to see a different visual feast, there is a benefit to look at the sky on January 31st.
“Do not miss this rare sky event at the end of the month.” in the days when we passed his message to NASA. Moon observers and scientists will also listen to this call and translate their telescopes into the Moon in order not to miss this opportunity, which occurs every 150 years.
Where can the Rare Month be Observed?
This event, which will last approximately 1 hour and 16 minutes, will also be observed in the month of birth of our country. According to the above table, the best place to observe that moment will be Indonesia, central and eastern Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Unfortunately, dark regions in the middle of the graph will miss these events. If you do not want to miss these events that can be observed better in the eastern regions than in the West, you should follow the sky as you rise on January 31st.