Today 3 × 1: Eclipse, Equinox and Black Supermoon

Today 3 × 1: Eclipse, Equinox and Black Supermoon

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The black supermoon is the second since the beginning of the year. This celestial event occurs when the Moon's orbit approaches Earth, causing its size to appear larger than usual. This year six supermoons are expected, although this will be the last Black Supermoon of the year. Several robotic telescopes will broadcast the event live over the Internet.

Another phenomenon, the spring equinox, refers to the time of the year when day and night have the same duration or, astronomically, when the Earth's axis is perpendicular to the sun's rays. Thus begins the Spring in the Northern Hemisphere and Autumn in the South, and it will take place at 10:46 p.m. GMT (19:46 from Argentina)

The solar eclipse is a phenomenon in which the Sun and the Moon align in such a way that the star will be completely covered by the Earth's satellite. Although it will take place within the orb of the equinox, the eclipse will mark the New Moon in the last minutes of Pisces since it will begin around 9:40 a.m. (6:40 a.m. from Argentina) this Friday the 20th. The best place to witness this 2-minute and 47-second event will be the Faroe Islands, between Scotland and Iceland. Although the eclipse will not be affected by the other two phenomena, it is quite rare for all three to occur on the same day.


Video: Mr Black Supermoon Eclipse Stereo Demo (July 2022).


  1. Witton

    Big to you thanks for the help in this question. I did not know it.

  2. Aldwine


  3. Hudak

    Prompt reply, attribute of ingenuity ;)

  4. Mistie

    But where the logic?

  5. Howell

    It is understood by itself.

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