The lunar eclipse captivated tens of thousands of people across Argentina. From the terrace or patio, park on the grass or the windows providing multiple screens, all followed this Monday at the start minute b & # 39; minutes the "blood Supermoon '.
"When there is an eclipse of – the lunar – World interposes between – and Sun – Moon, so it & # 39; to – end comes inside. T the shadow cone of the World. This leads to the sunlight reaches the natural satellite through Earth's atmosphere, producing dispersion and why the Moon looks reddish, "Detail of astrophysicist Andrea Buccino phenomenon caught well on whole families early hours of Monday.
It all started at 23:37 on Sunday, with the start of the road to "Superluna de Sangre". Little by little, the dark full moon and, ultimately, changed color.
Almost an hour later, at & # 39; 0.34 on Monday, the satellite entered the umbra, the biggest shadow. In fact, the length of waves of red filtered, giving the moon tonal feature of this phenomenon.
then it the "totality" period ran between 1.41 and 2.43. Where, in 2:12, he gave the painting the most anticipated: red painted moon. It was the best moment of the eclipse.
Then, the moon reverted to his normal vision, light in its filling. At 3:50, he recovered the gray color which is usually seen from Earth.
This was how he lived in Argentina
From dusk, f & # 39; every corner of the country, thousands of people prepare to find the best angle to enjoy the lunar eclipse.
F & # 39; Buenos Aires and Rosario, pjanetaariums were the major centers of meetings. And in both cases was scheduled special night.
F & # 39; pleasant temperature, the families gathered early in pjanetarium Galileo Galilei, one of the iconic sites of Palermo.
The lunar eclipse in "Monuments & # 39; the Spaniards". (AP / Natacha Pisarenko)
From there 20 years there were music exhibition (rock, jazz and blues) to wait for the most important moments of astronomical phenomenon. Specialists discussed the details of the eclipse and the music continued until the beginning, while several images are projected in the cupola of the building designed by the architect Enrique Jan.
A accident He added a couple of & # 39; humor in the night: schedule & # 39; lawn irrigation led to the sprinklers are automatically activated and surprised everyone.
F & # 39; Rosario proposal was similar: live music and a playlist Generated especially for the occasion. Hundreds & # 39; people come from 20 for Astronomy Municipal Complex, where there was also a wide gastronomic offer.
Composition with pictures taken in & # 39; Miami, Florida, United States. (Gaston De Cardenas / AFP)
This is how the world lived
In Argentina, the Lunarja eclipse could be followed in the first hours of Monday. But it was also visible in the rest of North America and Western Europe. And in & # 39; some corners of the world, people have to make great sacrifices to enjoy this phenomenon.
in Mexico, Where everything started at 9: 33, the "Superluna" was one of the most searched terms on Google. Moreover, #LunaDeSangre, #EclipseTotaldeLuna #LunaRoja and took the list of the trending topics. So, before going to sleep, they can enjoy the phenomenon.
Similar situations have been experienced in – 2006. T Colombia (L – eclipse began at – 22.33) and f & # 39; Chile (Same time zone as Argentina), where the Red Crescent has been shown by the singer Beto Cuevas, former leader of La Ley.
Another musician made it clear that the eclipse was also followed by & # 39; great interest in Europe. Brian May, Kitarista of & # 39; Queen and astrophysicist b & # 39; doctorate at Imperial College & # 39; London, tried to capture the moment and the moment & # 39; the eclipse. But he suffered some complications
"Well … total eclipse of the moon? Clouds almost eklissewli, curse But the skies were generous for a moment, "May wrote on the account & # 39; his Instagram, with its message & # 39; photo." And then the clouds disappeared completely, "complained the musician.
The best photos of "Superluna de Sangre"
Full moon before the eclipse in the City & # 39; Buenos Aires.
(Federico López Claro)
Start umbra phase, in the City & # 39; Buenos Aires. (Federico López Claro)
The Moon, minutes before reaching the point klimaks night. (Federico López Claro)
The "Supermoon of Blood" by Tecgo of Arts Academy & # 39; Dresden, in Germany. (EFE / EPA / Filip Singer)
The "Superluna de Sangre", seen from Panama. (Luis Acosta / AFP)
The Lunarja eclipse, from Brasilia. (AP / Eraldo Peres)
The "Superluna de Sangre", f & # 39; Antwerp, Belgium. (AP / Virginia Mayo)
The "Superluna de Sangre", in Mexico City. (Alfredo Estrella / AFP)
The lunar eclipse, f & # 39; Moscow, Russia. (AP / Alexander Zemlianichenko)