Those who expect to get a good idea of the Moon's total moon lunar eclipse in Vancouver this Sunday are lucky.
According to The Weather Network, the heavens will be predominantly clear and the temperatures will pass around the 3 ° C at night, so if you go to the outside to check it, Group it together
On Sunday, January 20, almost a year after observing a lunar eclipse, the Blue Moon, Canadians will be treated with a full moon of wolves creating a total lunar eclipse.
According to The Weather Network, since the moon will be "very close to the perigee – its closest distance to the Earth," it will be a Moon Moon full Moon Super Moon eclipse.
And no, we did not make that name.
It is expected that the eclipse lasts a total of five hours and 12 minutes, with a total eclipse that will last for an hour and two minutes.
The following total lunar eclipse positioning on North America will not be until May 2022.
Keep in mind this Sunday: you want to have a clear vision of the sky and a camera prepared when the day arrives.