LYNCHBURG, Va. (WSET) – The next month, super blood wolf's moon is called eclipse.
A lunar eclipse that matches the highest moon, or the moon of blood, will be on show on January 20, according to the Indianapolis Star, and will begin on January 21.
The next total lunar eclipse will be May 26, 2021.
Brian Murphy, Holcomb Observatory and Planetarium, and teachers at Butler University said the newspaper could have an eclipse every two lunar eclipses every two years.
The moon's full moon eclipse occurs when the moon passes completely into the Earth's shadow.
When the moon is nearer to the Earth, the time of the month is supermoon, and the first moon of the year is the moon of the wolf.
Murphy said "It's a little evening when something is out of the moon" you see 9:30 p.m. January 20th.
Then, at 10:30 am, a full eclipse will be taken to the full eclipse, 11:40. and maximum eclipse 12:12 a.m., January 21.
Murphy said that the moon is reddish.
He sat down in your yard and tried to escape from light streets or blue lights.