Friday, September 25, 2015

Rare total eclipse lunar eclipse on September 27

Rare total eclipse lunar eclipse on September 27

The more light, the moon, the greater will dive in the dark! The full moon happens.
In the last 30 years, the moon, and the earth did not come to much.
 The moon on September 27, so we'll see as much swagger,
So bright it could be seen in the last three decades.
Lunar eclipse will be that day.
Picture by-Rosana Oviedo ROS

Total eclipse lunar eclipse on September 27.
 Moon-Sun 'overwhelms' taking is done on a regular basis.
According to NASA, but the 1-day moon in the sky, we see that,
 The 'Super Moon', we get a chance to see very low.
The same day, the "Super Moon" will be the "total eclipse, lunar,
Of rare events.
Which happened in the last 30 years.
After the eclipse shadow 'hide' the brightness of the moon will come out pretty remarkable.
 A 30 percent increase in the brightness of the moon.
The moon will be almost 14 percent larger.

Only five times in the past ten years, we got the chance.
 1910, 1928, 1946, and 198 in 1964.
 This opportunity will be again in 2033 after 18 years.

Why does the moon come to us all the time, so much swagger?

Because its satellites circling the earth like an egg on Murray.
The moon goes around-comes around to us.
Never goes away.
Most of us will be on September 23.

The only regret,
 Bangladesh will not be able to see this rare event!
 Can be seen in North America, Europe, Africa, West Asia.

Friday, September 25, 2015

Rare total eclipse lunar eclipse on September 27

Rare total eclipse lunar eclipse on September 27

The more light, the moon, the greater will dive in the dark! The full moon happens.
In the last 30 years, the moon, and the earth did not come to much.
 The moon on September 27, so we'll see as much swagger,
So bright it could be seen in the last three decades.
Lunar eclipse will be that day.
Picture by-Rosana Oviedo ROS

Total eclipse lunar eclipse on September 27.
 Moon-Sun 'overwhelms' taking is done on a regular basis.
According to NASA, but the 1-day moon in the sky, we see that,
 The 'Super Moon', we get a chance to see very low.
The same day, the "Super Moon" will be the "total eclipse, lunar,
Of rare events.
Which happened in the last 30 years.
After the eclipse shadow 'hide' the brightness of the moon will come out pretty remarkable.
 A 30 percent increase in the brightness of the moon.
The moon will be almost 14 percent larger.

Only five times in the past ten years, we got the chance.
 1910, 1928, 1946, and 198 in 1964.
 This opportunity will be again in 2033 after 18 years.

Why does the moon come to us all the time, so much swagger?

Because its satellites circling the earth like an egg on Murray.
The moon goes around-comes around to us.
Never goes away.
Most of us will be on September 23.

The only regret,
 Bangladesh will not be able to see this rare event!
 Can be seen in North America, Europe, Africa, West Asia.