Top 9 Rarest Lunar Events to Watch Out For

Super Flower Blood Moon: a Supermoon may coincide with a total lunar eclipse. This phenomenon is called Super Flower Blood Moon.

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Supermoon: is not an astronomical term. American astrologer Richard Nolle coined this term in 1979. A Supermoon is slightly brighter.

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Total Penumbral Lunar Eclipse: A penumbral lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes through the outer part of Earth’s shadow.

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Micromoon: is exactly the opposite of a Supermoon. The farthest point in the Moon’s orbit is called the apogee. The average distance of apogee.

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Harvest Moon: During this time, the moon rises above the horizon soon after sunset. This happens because it is the time when.

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Blue Moon: There are two definitions of a Blue Moon, and none of them have anything to do with the color of the Moon.

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Black Moon: is similar to the Blue Moon. The only difference is Blue Moon is a full moon, whereas Black Moon refers to a new moon.

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Super Blue Blood Moon: is the rarest type of Moon on this list because it requires three conditions to coincide.

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Tetrad Lunar Eclipse or Blood Moon: a set of four total lunar eclipses occurs within a period of two years, in astronomical terms.

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