People who love watching the sky will be treated to three astronomic events later this month, which many now refer to as the Super Blue Moon Eclipse. That's known as a "blood moon". At 8:11 a.m., the moon entirely exits Earth's complete shadow.At 9:08 a.m., the moon finally exits Earth's partial shadow, concluding this entire lunar eclipse.As the moon descends toward our western horizon during totality, dawn will break in the east as the sun rises from that direction.
Be sure to set an early alarm for a super blue blood moon slated to grace the Hawaiian Islands, Alaska and western parts of North America on Wednesday, January 31, NASA reports. (And while, yes, a new moon isn't exactly a full moon, per se, it is full on the other side.) Think of it as the esoteric twin of the exuberant blue moon; see below. You may have heard the phrase "once in a blue moon" which is used as the equivalent as a once in a generation or lifetime opportunity, but we actually get a blue moon every year or two. Because it is the second full Moon of the month, it is also a blue moon. By that time, the moon is almost set, and the morning twilight is quite bright. This lunar eclipse is coinciding with a blue and witness blue moon.
Space is starting 2018 off with a bang as a moon smorgasbord is on tap for the last day of this month. That means the moon will appear slightly larger and brighter than a normal full moon because the moon is a little closer to earth than average. It's also the third in a series of supermoons. The umbral eclipse begins at 3:48 a.m. So, this tie moon is going to appear as a super blue blood moon. He lives in Ottawa so he will see the moon moving into the shadow just as the moon sets.
According to The Hindu, a public observation event will take place at the Regional Science Centre and Planetarium in Kozhikode on the night of January 31, between 6:59 PM and 9:38 PM.