A total lunar eclipse or ‘Blood Moon’ shocked people around the world this morning. We will have to wait a couple of years to see it again.
This morning of Tuesday, November 8, the world, in large part, witnessed the second total lunar eclipse of this 2022.
From the different continents, the so-called ‘Blood Moon’ could be seen , a phenomenon that, unfortunately, we will not be able to appreciate until 2025.
The dates of the next lunar eclipses
Generally, total lunar eclipses come in triads, or groups of three events in a row.
After the phenomenon of May and November , people will have to wait until March 14, 2025.
That same year, we will also be able to see another phenomenon on September 7, with a duration of 82 minutes. The next year, 2026, we will see the last event of the group on March 3.
And wait even more
After this triad, we will have to wait another two years for the new group of eclipses.
- December 31, 2028
- June 26, 2029
- December 20, 2029
And the next total solar eclipse?
Contrary to the lunar simile, total solar eclipses occur when the Moon completely blocks the Sun with a totality that lasts only a few minutes.
The next solar eclipse to occur anywhere in the world will be a total solar eclipse on April 20, 2023. The path of totality for that event begins in the Indian Ocean and ends in the Pacific Ocean, crossing Australia’s Exmouth Peninsula. West, as well as Timor Leste and West Papua.