Which brings us to the most Game of Thrones-y named celestial event of all time: the wolf moon, a nickname given to the first full moon seen in January.
A "wolf moon" is basically just a regular full moon that was associated with the wolf folklore all over the world-and because it usually appears when wolves howled in hunger outside the villages.
This happens when the sun, Earth and moon are perfectly lined up.
All of North America will be able to see this eclipse clearly, and British Columbians should try to catch it because the next one (happening May 16, 2022) will only be visible to the central and eastern parts of Canada.
A total lunar eclipse happens when the moon passes through the Earth's shadow and it also only happens when the Sun, Earth, and the moon are aligned with each other.
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Later in the month, the first Lunar Eclipse of 2019 will plunge Earth into a gloomy shade of red. Also, very significantly, the Super Blood Moon also falls on the Jewish holiday of Tu B'Shevat.
See, simple. Now you're basically Galileo.
Blitz continued. "The Bible says that everything is to be established by two or three witnesses", "As a matter of fact the Bible says in Psalms 89 that God's covenant with Israel and King David is forever and the sun and the moon are to be His faithful witnesses in heaven confirming that", he added.
Total Eclipse ends. Total moon eclipse ends.
Let's admit it, 2018 wasn't the year for all of us.
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