Today, on January 31 2018, a rare lunar phenomenon – termed “Super blue blood moon” – will take place in many parts of the world. This spectacle can be observed from Asia, North America, and Australia. The last super blue blood moon was reportedly seen on December 30, 1982, making it more than a quarter of a century since the last one. Observing the event will also help NASA scientists determine where to land a rover on Earth’s only natural satellite.
Published by Amir Hashmi
Amir Hashmi is an Indian Film Producer, Director, Writer, and Actor awarded the ‘Film excellence award’ by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India. Apart from being an artist, he is an outstanding speaker who hosted hundreds of inspiring workshops and campaigns amongst the youth. Awarded ‘Sangeet Visharad’ in Hindustani classical singing. He consistently promotes culture, humanity, and morality, and believes in truth and non-violence, besides being known for his environmental and patriotic initiatives.
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