Recap: Re-watch Sunday's super wolf blood moon online.
Anyone else bummed that Ottawa will miss the Super Blood Moon thanks to this Snow storm? It starts at today's 9 pm and ends at 3 am monday. And the next total lunar eclipses will be visible in Canada on May 26, 2021, and May 15, 2022.
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Monday, January 21, 2019, 11:40 AM - Sunday was a big night for sky watchers, who were treated to a rare super blood wolf moon. Between Sunday night and early Monday morning, the Full Moon passed.
SOLAR ECLIPSE NEW MOON in CANCER. Ottawa, Canada and Washington DC, USA: Jun.21, 2020, 2:41 AM EDT. Jun.20, 2020: 11:41 PM PDT, 10:41 PM AKDT, 8:41 PM HAST.
A SETTING MOON! WOLF MOON! When I went up stairs something made me look out of our small hall window, well!!!!! I saw one of the most beautiful sights I have ever seen, the moon setting off in the western horizon just behind a big old tree, well ya know I had to run to get my camera and try my best to get photos, again to take the window screen out like I did to photograph the icicles and get.
And as for the 'Wolf' part of 'Super Wolf Blood Moon', January's full moon was also called the 'Wolf Moon' in some Indigenous cultures according to the Farmer's Almanac. The moon is expected to turn a shade of crimson at 11:41 p.m. tonight and the peak of the eclipse will be at 12:12 a.m., but with flurries and a bitter windchill of minus 30 expected in Niagara, many local stargazers may.