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Lunar Eclipse of a Full Moon Sunday Night

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For CTC, a lunar eclipse is when the sun blocks out the moon so that it goes dark for a bit and then it reappears.

Its unique because it is going to last so long.

Partial eclipse begins: 10:27 ET (9:27 Central time, CTC).
Totally dark at: 11:29 ET (10:29 Central).
Totally dark ends at : 12:53 am ET (11:53 pm Central).
Partial eclipse ends: 1:55 am ET (12:55 am Central).

On a side note, there will be 7 more full moons in 2022. Each of them have a name. The Beaver Moon will be November 8th, and we are hoping Disco can get some pictures of that.
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Animal wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 6:16 pm For CTC, a lunar eclipse is when the sun blocks out the moon so that it goes dark for a bit and then it reappears.

Its unique because it is going to last so long.

Partial eclipse begins: 10:27 ET (9:27 Central time, CTC).
Totally dark at: 11:29 ET (10:29 Central).
Totally dark ends at : 12:53 am ET (11:53 pm Central).
Partial eclipse ends: 1:55 am ET (12:55 am Central).

On a side note, there will be 7 more full moons in 2022. Each of them have a name. The Beaver Moon will be November 8th, and we are hoping Disco can get some pictures of that.
For the sun to block out the moon wouldn't it have to be between the earth and the moon?
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The Earth blocks the Sun’s rays from hitting the moon.
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rule34 wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 6:23 pm
Animal wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 6:16 pm For CTC, a lunar eclipse is when the sun blocks out the moon so that it goes dark for a bit and then it reappears.

Its unique because it is going to last so long.

Partial eclipse begins: 10:27 ET (9:27 Central time, CTC).
Totally dark at: 11:29 ET (10:29 Central).
Totally dark ends at : 12:53 am ET (11:53 pm Central).
Partial eclipse ends: 1:55 am ET (12:55 am Central).

On a side note, there will be 7 more full moons in 2022. Each of them have a name. The Beaver Moon will be November 8th, and we are hoping Disco can get some pictures of that.
For the sun to block out the moon wouldn't it have to be between the earth and the moon?
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Antknot wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 6:26 pm The Earth blocks the Sun’s rays from hitting the moon.
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So, is this at dusk or dawn? Why can't these solar system objects start doing things on a orderly timely basis?
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CentralTexasCrude wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 10:22 pm So, is this at dusk or dawn? Why can't these solar system objects start doing things on a orderly timely basis?
Try reading post #1.
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Animal wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 6:16 pm For CTC, a lunar eclipse is when the sun blocks out the moon so that it goes dark for a bit and then it reappears.

Its unique because it is going to last so long.

Partial eclipse begins: 10:27 ET (9:27 Central time, CTC).
Totally dark at: 11:29 ET (10:29 Central).
Totally dark ends at : 12:53 am ET (11:53 pm Central).
Partial eclipse ends: 1:55 am ET (12:55 am Central).

On a side note, there will be 7 more full moons in 2022. Each of them have a name. The Beaver Moon will be November 8th, and we are hoping Disco can get some pictures of that.
For the sun to block out the moon it must be a hell of an orbit.
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rule34 wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 6:23 pm
Animal wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 6:16 pm For CTC, a lunar eclipse is when the sun blocks out the moon so that it goes dark for a bit and then it reappears.

Its unique because it is going to last so long.

Partial eclipse begins: 10:27 ET (9:27 Central time, CTC).
Totally dark at: 11:29 ET (10:29 Central).
Totally dark ends at : 12:53 am ET (11:53 pm Central).
Partial eclipse ends: 1:55 am ET (12:55 am Central).

On a side note, there will be 7 more full moons in 2022. Each of them have a name. The Beaver Moon will be November 8th, and we are hoping Disco can get some pictures of that.
For the sun to block out the moon wouldn't it have to be between the earth and the moon?
Its interesting that there are very few solar eclipses because the moon is so small that it can only block the entire sun if it is in exactly the right location. The sun, however, is so much larger than the moon that it can easily block the moon for an eclipse. That's why there are more of them and why they last so much longer.
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I'm up early.
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holy fuck.
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I'm really hoping to get a decent picture.
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disco.moon wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 1:20 am I'm really hoping to get a decent picture.
if it turns out its indecent, then that's okay, too.
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Animal wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 1:22 am
disco.moon wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 1:20 am I'm really hoping to get a decent picture.
if it turns out its indecent, then that's okay, too.
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Watching it right now, pretty cool!
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Full eclipse here right now.
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It's raining here. :evil:
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i always know it's going to be cloudy when i hear there's an eclipse.
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They were forecasting T-storms but I actually got to see it for a change.
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Saw the eclipse and the space station last night.
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Saw it last night. Always cool.
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