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Vancouver will be secretary to the full full moon in more than a decade on December 22; however, even more spectacular full moon takes place in the new year.
This is called "Super Blood Wolf Moon," this incredible astral display contains a totally eclipse full-time as the moon breaks under the shadows of the Earth. In last January, Earthling was secret to "Super Blue Moon Total Lunar Eclipse," but it is not considered to be blue moon.
Why the incredible crazy name?
For one, the full moon in January is referred to as "Moon Moon" regardless of the year. In fact, this name was called for decades.
"In American Native Times and Early Entrance, the Full Moon is known for January in Full Moon Moon. It appeared when worms hide in hunger outside the villages," explained Almanac the Old Farmer.
This spectacular heavenly event takes place on January 21 and continues on until January 22.
"On 21-22 January night, Full Wolf Moon will go through the northern half of the shade of Earth, producing Total Lunar Eclipse," describes The Weather Network. "For an extra bonus, as the Moon is very close to Perigee – the nearest distance to the Earth – it will be" Moon Blood Wolf "# Total Lunar Eclipse."
Stargazers should choose to travel as far away from city lights as possible to avoid light pollution that will highlight the clarity of heavenly bodies. Although this works best in more remote areas, anywhere with a higher elevation will also provide more ideal viewing conditions.