On Sunday, July 28, 2018, the earth will be covered by the moon’s shadow, resulting in a reddish-orange lunar eclipse. The moon will look like a full month’s worth of phases in just an hour. This phenomenon is a total lunar eclipse, and while the moon will appear incredibly dark, it will still be safe to view with your naked eye.
When you see the moon during an eclipse, the Earth’s ozone layer will absorb blue, green, and red light, giving you the best view. However, if you’re looking at the moon during sunrise or sunset, you should avoid artificial light. You’ll have to be outside to enjoy the best view of the blood moon. But if you’re planning on seeing the moon with your naked eye, be sure to follow the directions of the sky’s rays.
While the blood moon’s total eclipse will be visible from the UK, you should wear a pair of sunglasses to protect your eyes. Remember that you should never watch a lunar eclipse when it’s too close to the Sun. However, you can watch a lunar eclipse without any special glasses. While the moon will not be fully covered by the Earth’s atmosphere, the moon’s reflection will not hurt you.
The blood moon will appear red because of this phenomenon. This occurs when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun, causing a lunar eclipse. The moon will be covered by the Earth’s shadow, but you can still view it safely with your naked eye if you want to see it without the danger of damage to your eyes. You can also view the lunar eclipse with binoculars or a telescope. You can also view it live via NASA’s live webcast.