Today Is The Longest Blood Moon In 100 Years July 27th - Watch It Live At 18:00 UTC

Guys it's finally here, the longest blood Moon - Lunar Eclipse in 100 years! How fantastic is that. This means that we're in for a right treat. There's going to be some very happy people but there's going to be some sad people as it's not visible all over the world? So where is this available to see on Earth? It starts at 18:00 UTC, on July 27, 2018.

The eclipse will start at 17:14 UTC, but it may not be visible until 18:24 UTC when the Earth's dark shadow first touches the lunar surface. Tune in at 18:00 UTC, on July 27, 2018 to watch our live stream of the Blood Moon total lunar eclipse:



Watch the Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse Live here today!


Worldwide Eclipse Times:
Starts 18:14 BST
Partial Starts 19:24 BST
Total Starts 20:30 BST
Maximum 21:21 BST
Total Ends 22:13 BST
Partial Ends 23:19 BST
Ends 00:28 BST

Link to YouTube video.

The second total lunar eclipse of 2018 will be visible in large parts of Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe, and South America. Totality will last for 103 minutes, making it the longest eclipse of the 21st century. But you can always go to the original website on timeanddate.com to watch it live there? YouTube allows anyone to embed videos from YouTube to your website through the embedding feature. If you do not disable this feature through your channel and people can embed your video on their website, this is you giving your approval which is set out in YouTube's privacy policy. That policy to embed videos on a website can be found here.


Guy's this is in 3D how awesome is this. Also the normal video is below so you've got the best of both worlds. This is an awesome time for astronomy and Lunar research. This is going to only happen once in your life time.



For almost 2 hours on the 27th July, stargazers will be able to watch the Moon turn the color of blood red in a phenomenon that usually takes place once every few years.

Blood moons may be fairly common, but the sheer duration of this spectacle will give the best chance yet of capturing the perfect photo. To help make sure that you’re all set for the cosmic event, we got some tips from professional photographer and Canon ambassador David Noton.


Forward planning is the best way to guarantee a great photograph, so David recommends getting prepared in the right way. “We no longer need to rely on weight tables to consult the behavior of the moon,” explains Noton. “We can simply download an app on to our phone.



The Photographer’s Ephemeris (diary) is useful for giving moon-rise and moon-set times, bearings and phases; while the PhotoPills app gives comprehensive information on the position of the moon in our sky.”

The longest Lunar eclipse in 100 years, this is exceptionally amazing.


A blood moon is essentially another word for a total lunar eclipse. This happens when the Earth passes between the Sun and the Moon. During complete totality (the moment when the Earth is completely obscuring the light from the Sun) the Moon will turn a deep orange color. The reason for this is that the only light reaching the Moon will have been passed through the Earth’s atmosphere. The Earth’s atmospheric composition will then greatly determine just how blood-colored the Moon becomes.



When is the blood moon? In the UK, the blood moon will take place on the night of Friday the 27th July 2018. It’s believed that the phenomenon will start at 8:49 pm and will carry on for around an hour and 23 minutes depending on how east you are in the UK.

What you’ll see during the whole phase of the lunar eclipse will be the Moon steadily getting darker and darker before it quickly turns a dark red color. Once it passes back out of the Earth’s shadow it’ll then switch back to being its normal color and steadily increase in brightness again. If you’re curious about what causes this, NASA has a really helpful video here it's called Lunar eclipse essentials.

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